"...her fragrance all in my keeping; softly she comes in the night." Lyrics, Gordon Lightfoot, "Softly."
None , you should smell of sweat and anarchy .......
Beer and 20 sprays of whatever tester they have in a shop near you?
(Actually, I guess a *real* punk would make their own version of it)
L'ombre dans l'eau by Diptyque - Billy Idol's signature
"Le parfum est la musique du corps"
Signature: Amouage Memoir Man “vintage” (Karine Vinchon-Spehner, 2010)
Current top fragrances:
Ungaro III [1st formulation "Made in France" ] (Jaques Polge/Francois Demachy, 1993)
Narciso Rodriguez For Him (Francis Kurkdjian, 2007)
Rochas Macassar (Nicolas Mamounas / Roger Pellegrino, 1980)
Van Cleef & Arpels Pour Homme [vintage] (Louis Monnet, 1978)
Domenico Caraceni 1913 (2007)
The term "Punk" is, like music, a living, evolving thing. Those of us who are no longer spring chickens should beware of thinking that just because we might have been there at the inception, we own the terminology. Things change, and the terminology does too. That it is still in use at all we should take as a compliment and not display the arrogance of dogmatism.