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    My 17th birthday is coming up in early march and I want a new fragrence. My current collection consists of bleu de chanel, la nuit de l'homme, 1 million, and Cuba gold. The two that I'm looking to ask for is either issey miyake (any of them, including flankers) or Dior Fahrenheit. I know that these are completely different but I need to know which is more complimented or which is your person favorite. Suggestions would be nice too. Thank you.

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    Fahrenheit of the two but personally find both difficult to wear since the reformulation of Fahrenheit. I was your about your age when I first came to love it.
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    I would choose Fahrenheit Absolute. It is a little darker in accord and more intriguing than the regular Fahrenheit IMO.
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    fahrenheit was a GREAT fragrance, but the current formulation of fahrenheit is terrible.

    i know people dramatize all the time about reformulations, but this reformulation is very apparent.

    fahrenheit no longer has that honey, violet grassy vibe. It's just leather and a punch of bergamot.

    It's not even gasoline anymore. It's bug repeller. I wouldn't give it to my worst enemy.

    go with issey miyake by default.

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    Dior Fahrenheit from any year.

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    I myself prefer Fahrenheit overall and own a 200ml and a 50ml bottle, but L'eau d'Issey gets more and more compliments especially from females. And it's more matched with your age.
    Also I think it's far better in terms of longevity and projection, since the new reformulation of Fahrenheit is only a shadow of the original one!

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    Fahrenheit. Not a big fan of Issey.

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    Fahrenheit is something of a classic and I just got myself another bottle recently. Even reformulated I'd say it's a good buy if you're familiar with it.

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    Fahrenheit would add more individuality than L'Eau d'Issey, and, in spite not being a common scent, it seems quite liked, even with a fair share of compliments.

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    I actually own both, and don't care for either very much (both fall into the "ok - not bad" category).

    It it were me, I would go with something different - AdG or something like that.

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    Vintage Fahrenheit>Fahrenheit (current)>..……………………… L'Eau d'Issey pour Homme. Fahrenheit for sure!
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