Perfume Directory

360 Degrees White for Men (2005)
by Perry Ellis


360 Degrees White for Men information

Year of Launch2005
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 88 votes)

People and companies

HousePerry Ellis
PerfumerFrank Voelkl
Parent CompanyFalic Group
Parent Company at launchParlux

About 360 Degrees White for Men

360 Degrees White for Men is a masculine fragrance by Perry Ellis. The scent was launched in 2005 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Frank Voelkl

360 Degrees White for Men fragrance notes

Reviews of 360 Degrees White for Men

This intrigues. It doesn't dazzle.

It opens with a lime accord and a cardamom note that is so synthetic it almost smells like coconut. Its first impression is a synthetic, cream soda Dum Dum sucker note. It is a very candied opening.

As it dries down the cardamom shows up more prominently, but with a dirt vibe. It is a dusty kind of fresh-cut grass.

What you're left with at the end is the patented white musk that makes this stand out.

It seems to me that this fragrance lasts twice as long as some of the other flankers I've tried. So you get to spend some time with it as it grows and changes. However, what it's ultimately doing isn't terribly appealing to me. Candy>>Dirt>>Musk? When I'm done with my bottle that'll be the end of our relationship.

I'm not sure when you'd wear this. It's too daring for the office, too feminine for a date. Maybe wear it when you're alone (assuming you enjoy it).

Scent: 3/10

Longevity: 7/10

Sillage: 5/10
05th July, 2018
Different in most ways from the other 360 Degrees scents from Perry Ellis except for bottle design. It bears a resemblance to Le Male but leans more towards The Dreamer by Versace in its simplicity. A linear, predictable scent that showcases more citrus via the bergamot and orange notes. Not bad for casual occasions most of the year.
10th December, 2016
bigbz Show all reviews
United States
Just got my hands on a sample after all these years.

Yeah, it's definitely along the same lines...but this one is sweeter, more powdery and to my nose a good bit different from the JPG creation. Not as in your face as LeMale,(well at least the bottle from '07 that I had, which was still nuclear at that point)but seems to last pretty well. More testing to be done, but really a nice cheapie that I'm glad to have FINALLY tried after all these years. Thumbs up.
24th June, 2016
A wearable Le Male

JP Gaultier, eat you heart out, this perfume is much more wearable than your horrible mess called Le Male.
Take Le Male and get rid of the gnashing of my teeth inducing "toothpaste (called mint)" note and lose the lavender while revving up the orange blossom and cardamom notes and voila: 360 White.
It is a well constructed fragrance that contrasts with the clashing notes mess of Le Male. It is a smooth, sweet, and very long lasting scent that should please many.
Sillage is better than average and longevity is exceptional, I wore it once and next day, after my morning shower I was still smelling 350 white stronger than most perfumes after only a couple of hours.
A winner in my book

Pros: Well blended, lasts all day
Cons: Not too original, after all it reminds me of Le Male

19th May, 2013
another great in the 360 line. very similiar to le male but a bit lighter,not as cloying. very unique in it's own right and another great in the 360 line!!
03rd April, 2013
Le Male toned down and more synthetic leaning without the cinnamon, mint and lavender and holding its identity more in the middle notes and strong reliance on the vanilla. The citric elements listed in the top notes never really reveal themselves, this explodes into a vanilla and floral powder bomb quickly and stays linear throughout. In PE 360 the lilies of the valley and orange blossom echo the loudest and give it a more floral and lighter quality than Le Male. Le Male suffers a bit from being too heavy on the cinnamon and lavender for a powder fragrance and in this respect the lightness of Perry Ellis 360 White does work to its advantage. Still, Le Male is far more impressive and better constructed and layered. The dry down is less balanced, with a heavier reliance on the vanilla and thinner cedar than Le Male, which holds a deeper bass with the sandalwood and amber.
Still, this is a credible adaptation of Gaultier´s Le Male and an affordable alternative for those not willing to pay the sometimes exorbitant prices required for fifteen year old designer fragrances. Still, there are better copies of Le Male out there, see the cheaper Cuba Gold or the even lighter and more skin scent leaning Cubano Gold. Both do a better job of recreating the lavender essence of Le Male. Perry Ellis 360 White relies more on the vanilla, cardamom and floral elements in its interpretation Still, this projects fairly well until the 3-4 hour mark and then nestles in to skin scent territory before dying out around the 5-6 hour mark. The drydown is rather bland and can be cloying because of its highly synthetic construction and gaudy vanilla that dominates the cedar where in Le Male the amber and sandalwood provide more balance for the vanilla.
A very respectable and enjoyable fragrance never-the-less.

Originality */ Scent ***/ Blending *** / Projection ****/ Longevity ****/ Quality ****
Overall 3.25
24th January, 2012

Add your review of 360 Degrees White for Men

You need to be logged in to add a review

Shop for 360 Degrees White for Men products online

Some of the links we use are affiliate links, meaning if you click the links and make a purchase, we may receive a commission, which helps us keep the site running

Search on eBay

Member images of 360 Degrees White for Men

You need to log in or register to upload images

Private Notes

You need to be logged in (or register here) to use Private Notes.