Code of Conduct
Results 1 to 20 of 20
  1. #1

    Question Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    As the title asks, be they limited editions, reformulated or discontinued, what currently fairly common/easily accessible fragrances that people potentially take for granted today, do you think will be sought after and hard to find in the community in a decades time?

  2. #2

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    Fahrenheit

  3. #3

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    Just my guess, but I think these will be gone in the not-too-distant future:

    Gucci Pour Homme II
    Chanel Allure Homme Edition Blanche

  4. #4

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    Several classics, especially the ones escaping reformulation, will most likely still be in constant, maybe also increasing demand.

  5. #5

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    it's time to stock up all perfumes produced before infamous restriction laws (at least before year 2010, even better before year 2000).

  6. #6

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    Rive Gauche in the tin can!

  7. #7
    hednic's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2007
    Location
    McLean, NYC, & Búzios
    Posts
    77,461

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    Terre D'Hermes

  8. #8

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    V by Valentino for men

  9. #9
    CologneFan85
    Guest

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    Chanel Allure Homme Edition Blanche I FULLY AGREE...LOVE THIS STUFF

  10. #10

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    If the restrictions go the way they're intending, Chanel No.5. There'll be vintage editions going on eBay for hundreds and hundreds of dollars.

  11. #11

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    Rochas Man
    Gucci PH 2
    Thierry Mugler Pure Havane
    Rive Gauche inthe tin can
    Quorom
    Jacomo de Jacomo Rouge
    Bogart Signature
    Eau de Rochas Pour Homme
    Guerlain Heritage
    Chanel Egoiste
    Dior Homme Intense

  12. #12

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    Rochas Man
    Gucci PH 2
    Thierry Mugler Pure Havane
    Rive Gauche inthe tin can
    Quorom
    Jacomo de Jacomo Rouge
    Bogart Signature
    Eau de Rochas Pour Homme
    Guerlain Heritage
    Chanel Egoiste
    Dior Homme Intense

  13. #13
    Dependent bigsteve's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Location
    California native now in midwest
    Posts
    1,446

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    I would like to think that the old powerhouse frag thing will come back, but it won't. Women don't like 'em enough.
    So I think we'll be stuck in the realm of unisex, sweet, aquatic, and powdery. Not that they're all bad.
    I like my ADG, 1 Million, etc. But I like VC&A PH and Quorum better.
    ----- People laugh at me because I'm different.... I laugh at them because they're all the same -----

  14. #14

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    PS Fine Cologne still can't believe that can be found at fragrance counters still at retail price. Didn't the stuff come out in 1970

  15. #15

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    Quote Originally Posted by bigsteve View Post
    I would like to think that the old powerhouse frag thing will come back, but it won't. Women don't like 'em enough.
    So I think we'll be stuck in the realm of unisex, sweet, aquatic, and powdery. Not that they're all bad.
    I like my ADG, 1 Million, etc. But I like VC&A PH and Quorum better.
    They will come back. People's tastes change over time, eventually women (or indeed men) will begin to tire of light, aquatic, playful fragrances, and will look towards something more serious. Fragrance trends seem to shift much slower than general fashion trends, but we will witness another change at some point. At least I hope so.

  16. #16

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    Quote Originally Posted by mdclx View Post
    V by Valentino for men
    I can't believe they discontinued that. Best cotton candy perfume to me.

    - - - Updated - - -

    I think Acqua di Gio Essenza will be discontinued at some point in the future, making it rare.

  17. #17

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    Quote Originally Posted by dougczar View Post
    Just my guess, but I think these will be gone in the not-too-distant future:

    Gucci Pour Homme II
    Chanel Allure Homme Edition Blanche
    Agree. They may well be gone/discontinued, but they will still be very much in demand. This industry never learns !
    Patou Pour Homme should have been re~introduced long ago !!!

    - - - Updated - - -

    I think a lot of Jean~Claude Ellena creations will still be very much in demand in 10 years. He seems to be able to connect perfectly between old school and contemporary. I think he is a genious.
    Holiday accommodation, (central apartments in Berlin and south of France) offered in exchange for fragrances. Please pm me.

  18. #18

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    Body Kouros I think will also be discontinued at some point soon

  19. #19

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    Quote Originally Posted by comfortablynumbbg View Post
    Body Kouros I think will also be discontinued at some point soon
    Its such BS. I have a feeling every single YSL fragrance I like will be reformulated/ cut

  20. #20

    Default Re: Which fragrances will be in demand in 10 years?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cosgrove View Post
    They will come back. People's tastes change over time, eventually women (or indeed men) will begin to tire of light, aquatic, playful fragrances, and will look towards something more serious. Fragrance trends seem to shift much slower than general fashion trends, but we will witness another change at some point. At least I hope so.
    I would like to agree with this, but I am starting to get the feeling that we are being dictated to by the fragrance industry, as to what we should/must like. A certain genre of new fragrance is being pushed down our throats ~ with little alternative, ( I speak of the designer houses). I find it depressing and there is very little that appeals to me at the moment.
    Holiday accommodation, (central apartments in Berlin and south of France) offered in exchange for fragrances. Please pm me.

Similar Threads

  1. 26 years old and new to fragrances...
    By Veliziraptor in forum Just Starting Out
    Replies: 10
    Last Post: 9th November 2011, 03:03 AM
  2. Favorite Mainstream Female Fragrances of the Last Three Years
    By Ronin in forum Female Fragrance Discussion
    Replies: 18
    Last Post: 3rd March 2010, 11:53 PM
  3. Male fragrances 10 years from now
    By AromiErotici in forum Male Fragrance Discussion
    Replies: 27
    Last Post: 28th March 2009, 06:43 PM
  4. Best Mainstream Fragrances in the Last 10 Years
    By Ronin in forum Male Fragrance Discussion
    Replies: 16
    Last Post: 8th December 2008, 02:20 PM
  5. Replies: 0
    Last Post: 5th December 2007, 05:20 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •