Versace Pour Homme, definitely.
Agree with L'Homme. I also want to add another vote for Egoiste.
It smells nice but the powderiness may turn people off because it smells fem...
So I think if you don't like slightly fem and powder smelling scents, l'homme is not for you.
Personally, a must have in my collection is probably d&g the one.
I agree with L'Homme, I'll also add Boss Bottled.
I still think everyone should at least try Himalaya. It's not too expensive on the grey market, and it's a nice, classic men's fragrance.
Dior Homme (though might not be "masculine" enough for some)
Terre De Hermes
Green Irish Tweed
Signature Rotation: A* Men, Pure Havane, Dunhill Pursuit, Varvatos Artisian, Guerlain Vetiver
I had to think long and hard about this one, as I'm not a fan of modern designer scents.
I'd say New York by Parfum de Nicolai.
L'Homme and ADG. There, you're covered.
yeah, himalaya is a great versatile scent that could be in every collection. but it's the price that keeps it from being part of the average man's collection (as most men arent willing to pay $100+ for a fragrance). that, and the longevity/projection issues on top of the price. as well as the fact that creed has better offerings.
Versace Man Eau Fraiche, a great summer time scent that can be picked up at a fairly good price
Every collection should have a bottle of Habit Rouge EDC.
A v e n t u s
Pasha by Cartier
Opium pour Homme by YSL
Sycamore & ADG
Real men wear DHI
Guerlain Jicky or Monchoir de Monsieur
Guerlain Habit Rouge
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Chanel allure homme
Dior Homme. It's well made, high quality, not generic. It has good performance but isn't a powerhouse. It's modern yet classic.
Knize Ten, if you ask me.
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Knize Ten for sure but i would pay a lot of money to find out some bottle of my favorite Cuiron. I would add Macassar, Patou Pour Homme, Habit Rouge and Derby.