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    Hi! I've heard about Hermès launching a new men's pillar fragrance in 2020. Any news?

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    I have not but I look forward to it if it’s true

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    I've heard it will be named Bolide d'Hermes and come out fall.
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    Looking forward to its launch.
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    If so-though admitting to so far lack any info regarding this either way-would be pleased if any new male/unisex Hermes, especially in a classic style, would surface and be firstly released this year
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    Great name. Will look forward to this.
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    Looking forward to this. I love Hermes and have only explored there feminines and Hermessence lines. But in buying masculines as gifts, I've found that some of them might work on me as well and want to explore a bit for myself.

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    Hoping it’ll be a ‘leather’ scent.

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    Bolide like the bag. So perhaps the next feminine can be Constance d'Hermes. (Kelly and Birkin being presumably copyrighted).
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    Quote Originally Posted by cacio View Post
    Bolide like the bag. So perhaps the next feminine can be Constance d'Hermes. (Kelly and Birkin being presumably copyrighted).
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    There's Kelly Caleche! Kelly is my favorite bag, but I also do love Birkin and Constance so would be thrilled to see namesake fragrances.

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    I had forgotten Kelly caleche. Much less successful than the bag, one must say.

    Interesting how Hermes can now try to use the success of the bags for perfumes. Dior instead recycled the names of old perfumes for the now much more successful bags and makeup accessories.

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    Hope this is a good one, I’m planning to add Bel Ami to my wardrobe soon solid choice that I should enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speckmann0706 View Post
    Hope this is a good one, I’m planning to add Bel Ami to my wardrobe soon solid choice that I should enjoy.
    Bel AMI is a nice one Indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntonPan View Post
    I've heard it will be named Bolide d'Hermes and come out fall.
    Quote Originally Posted by 24 Faubourg View Post
    Looking forward to this. I love Hermes and have only explored there feminines and Hermessence lines. But in buying masculines as gifts, I've found that some of them might work on me as well and want to explore a bit for myself.
    Hermès apparently markets some styles of the Bolide bag to men, but more to women, so I'm betting it will be as unisex as Voyage.

    I like manbags, but more in the style of their CityNews and Messenger models.

    But as for fragrances, no thanks on CityNews d'Hermès!
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    Proof is here! Anton is right as always!

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    That is some top-notch sleuthing, Red.

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    Impressive PI work. Hope its a masculine pilar. 2006 was their last one.
    I smell.

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    Unfortunately, as I love Hermes as a brand, I have low expectations as Nigel is now the head perfumer. She has missed her opportunity to create a great vetiver based perfume by making Terre Vetyver her version of the new faux woody amber accord. As a vetiver lover, I hate what she did with it. I also think that Eau de Citron Noire is a generic synthetic fragrance.
    I am afraid Hermes is Going downhill, like Dior (Demachey).
    There are 3 pillars in classic designer perfumery: Chanel, Dior and Hermes. They could do great inovative things, but they don't; they do the opposite. Chanel has set the new Bleu trend, Dior followed with the Sauvage, next is Hermes. We're living a sad period.
    Fortunately Tom Ford doesn't do shitty fragrances on his signature line, hope he remains like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psebi101 View Post
    Unfortunately, as I love Hermes as a brand, I have low expectations as Nigel is now the head perfumer. She has missed her opportunity to create a great vetiver based perfume by making Terre Vetyver her version of the new faux woody amber accord. As a vetiver lover, I hate what she did with it. I also think that Eau de Citron Noire is a generic synthetic fragrance.
    I love vetiver and TdH, but agreed, that one was a real big miss. If there is some trendy new synthetic accord in this one, I hope it's a leather a la Tuscan Leather. Either way, looking forward to this with an open mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by speckmann0706 View Post
    Hope this is a good one, I’m planning to add Bel Ami to my wardrobe soon solid choice that I should enjoy.
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    Unfortunately, Nagel is what Maria Grazia is at Dior , so your going to get some flop result. None of Nagel's releases have proven to be interesting or hits.

    @Agree with you Psebi 100%

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    I think Nagel did a good job on the feminine side, with Galop (and arguably Twill). I agree that TdH vetiver wasn't mindblowing. I actually enjoyed Citron noir, but am in the minority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psebi101 View Post
    Unfortunately, as I love Hermes as a brand, I have low expectations as Nigel is now the head perfumer. She has missed her opportunity to create a great vetiver based perfume by making Terre Vetyver her version of the new faux woody amber accord. As a vetiver lover, I hate what she did with it. I also think that Eau de Citron Noire is a generic synthetic fragrance.
    I am afraid Hermes is Going downhill, like Dior (Demachey).
    There are 3 pillars in classic designer perfumery: Chanel, Dior and Hermes. They could do great inovative things, but they don't; they do the opposite. Chanel has set the new Bleu trend, Dior followed with the Sauvage, next is Hermes. We're living a sad period.
    Fortunately Tom Ford doesn't do shitty fragrances on his signature line, hope he remains like this.
    Wow, if that's the perfumer I couldn't be less interested, I literally can't smell both Eau de Citron Noir and Td'H Vetiver. The only thing I get when I smell those two, is a terrible piercing rubbing alcohol smell. It's so unpleasant. It happens the same to me with several fragrances, all of them released during the last decade. I know for certain that Norlimbanol is present on several of them. Does anyone know if those two from Hermes have Norlimbanol too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by divad8 View Post
    Wow, if that's the perfumer I couldn't be less interested, I literally can't smell both Eau de Citron Noir and Td'H Vetiver. The only thing I get when I smell those two, is a terrible piercing rubbing alcohol smell. It's so unpleasant. It happens the same to me with several fragrances, all of them released during the last decade. I know for certain that Norlimbanol is present on several of them. Does anyone know if those two from Hermes have Norlimbanol too?
    Citron Noir is so synthetic smell. Awful release.
    I'm quite sure the new mens pillar will follow the style of Citron Noir/Sauvage etc. But maybe I'm wrong.
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    Proof is here! Anton is right as always!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondflame View Post
    Hoping it’ll be a ‘leather’ scent.
    That's my first thought when I hear about any release. Lol

    But with Hermes, I have high hopes here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N.CAL Fragrance Reviewer View Post
    Be sure to look at the vintage formulation, the shaker bottles are great.
    That's why I don't own Bel Ami yet. It's very famous, but "the vintage are way better".
    Vintage is very expensive for a blind buy. And I can't find a sample from the current version to see if I like it.
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    Hopefully this upcomming release is much better than Terre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cacio View Post
    I think Nagel did a good job on the feminine side, with Galop (and arguably Twill). I agree that TdH vetiver wasn't mindblowing. I actually enjoyed Citron noir, but am in the minority.
    I rather like TdH Vetiver, which to me is neither a close flanker of TdH nor a classic vetiver, succeeding (if it does) instead purely on its own terms. I have Citron Noir hand soap, and it’s perfect for that, but I wouldn’t wear it.

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