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    Sure. Keep in mind this is a first wearing, so things may reveal themselves differently after a couple wearings or so...



    Based on what I’m smelling on my skin... Imagine Brigitte Bardot is sitting out front of Les Deux Magots with Alix Grčs. They’re catching up and also discussing how bull headed the men in the film industry are. ‘These directors think they are gods that you must worship and yet follow you like a little puppy begging for a bone.’ - fake Bardot comment to Grčs. Bardot comments how intoxicating Jean Rochefort smelled during their recent filming of Two Weeks in September. Grčs happens to know Jean well and claims that he typically bathed himself in Aramis. Bardot asks Grčs if she can make her something that smells like her and Rochefort were in the middle of being intimate. Cabochard is born.

    Of course, that is all fictional. Cabochard was born prior to when that fake conversation could’ve happened. That’s the picture it paints for me mentally. It opens fruity and with a touch of ylang ylang, and Aramis running quietly in the background. In the drydown (what am I? Maybe 40-something minutes in the wearing now?), the fruity notes are an afterthought and you get some light red and yellow florals blended very well with ylang ylang and a very VERY soft undertone of Aramis (more like the Aramis soap). I need to look up information on the fragrance. I’m assuming this was created for women based on the structure, and know essentially very little about women’s fragrances. I would feel comfortable wearing this today, and do, and I would also enjoy smelling this on my wife. If my wife wore this, I’d think something very naughty is imminent. A guy can dream, can’t he?

    At this point I can’t comment on performance. I hope this helps paint a picture!
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    What was the point of that? Is there some secret about Insensé that I don't know?

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    Dioressence (1969)



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    Dioressence (1969)
    I know better than to ever question your Dior forensics, but -- is that the only example you know of (from that era) where the name of the scent appears above the Dior name? Apart from Eau Sauvage, that is.

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    I know better than to ever question your Dior forensics, but -- is that the only example you know of (from that era) where the name of the scent appears above the Dior name? Apart from Eau Sauvage, that is.
    Oh, please. You give me too much credit.
    But I'm confused by your opening. Are you thinking the layout of the text on the bottle & box suggests a production date later in the decade or something?

    I've just recently started paying closer attention to vintage CD packaging.

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    Some Gianfranco Ferre for Men from a clear shoulders (2nd) edition.

    I had some mid-vintage Quorum on earlier in the day before we went to the hot tub. Love that stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook.bot View Post
    What was the point of that? Is there some secret about Insensé that I don't know?
    I know at least one: it's a riff on the foundation laid by OG Nino Cerruti (1979) which came as a surprise when I finally smelled Insensé.

    I was all, like, "well I know who you are" when I got my nose on it. I should H2H them, I don't think I ever have.
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    Some Gianfranco Ferre for Men from a clear shoulders (2nd) edition.

    I had some mid-vintage Quorum on earlier in the day before we went to the hot tub. Love that stuff.

    /Acey
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook.bot View Post
    What was the point of that? Is there some secret about Insensé that I don't know?
    Have you smelled Insense?

    What I got from the post was that Freewheeling Vagabond went with a heavy application of Insense, tout simple (quite simply).

    My vintage scent of this Monday morning is Christian Dior Diorama edt from the 1970s, from a decant. I'm hoping a 112-ml natural spray of this will fall into my lap.

    Update: I needed a bigger fix, so I layered with 60s Diorama edt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bavard View Post
    Have you smelled Insense?
    Yes, I own a mini of it. It's quite nice.

    What I got from the post was that Freewheeling Vagabond went with a heavy application of Insense, tout simple (quite simply).
    Oh, of course. I should have thought of that, knowing his spraying habits.

    My vintage scent of this Monday morning is Christian Dior Diorama edt from the 1970s, from a decant. I'm hoping a 112-ml natural spray of this will fall into my lap.
    Update: I needed a bigger fix, so I layered with 60s Diorama edt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoRo View Post
    Are you thinking the layout of the text on the bottle & box suggests a production date later in the decade or something?
    Yes.

    House name appearing above scent name on box and bottle seems to indicate an earlier year of production -- but I haven't yet figured out precisely what year that change happened.


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    Hey, I feel Masculin 2. So I wore it today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook.bot View Post
    Yes.

    House name appearing above scent name on box and bottle seems to indicate an earlier year of production -- but I haven't yet figured out precisely what year that change happened.
    Hmm. I had noticed a difference in how the text was laid out on the extrait packaging: Scent name inside the oval vs. outside the oval. But another way to look at it would be as you've described.
    Below are the two designs I'm most familiar with. The top pic shows '70s era packaging, and the bottom pic shows '80s packaging. Roughly.
    I don't know exactly when either type was introduced. My sense is that the former was introduced in the early 1970s, and the latter may have been rolled out even before the end of the decade.







    Getting back to Dioressence, the early Dioressence is a real oddball, so I never paid much attention to the packaging. There's only one version, as far as I know, and the color scheme alone is enough for one to distinguish it from the 1979 reissue (if we can call it that).

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    Paco Rabanne Pour Homme (1973)

    It's "new blood" Paco but the evernyl/treemoss base gives it a bigger and rounder barbershop/wet shaving vibe (aka the Irish Spring vibe) than the mossier vintage juice, which is sharper, deeper, and greener. I wear this one when I'm not in the mood for my usual anisic oakmoss Azzaro habit, but don't want to go "full forest" like vintage Paco.
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    As a longtime bay rum fan, I can't believe I overlooked this one for so long: vintage Havana. To my nose, it boils down to a classic bay rum accord wedded to tobacco and oakmoss. Yes, yes, and yes.

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    Wearing one today that Mrs. Diddy isn’t fond of, Jovan Musk.
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