It’s time for guys to make some fragrance upgrades. You’ve changed. Your personality has developed. You’ve moved on. And so should your scent.
Jean-Claude Ellena’s Santal Massoia for the Hermes Hermessence collection is a soft, creamy sandalwood scent, though perhaps too fleeting.
Hermes Ambre Narguile, part of their Hermessence collection, is an intoxicatingly sweet interpretation of near confectionary amber, honey and spices.
Though it’s been around a while, Hermes Eau des Merveilles has been a sleeper scent geared toward women, but also equally suited for men.
Voyage d’Hermes Perfume offers a variation on the theme of its EDT original, but does it offer more than just a detour on the same journey?
Terre d’Hermes Eau de Parfum is among Hermes’ most popular scents, rich in detail, minimal in nature, and a hallmark of Jean-Claude Ellena’s work.
Now that this year has come to a close, it’s time to share our somewhat subjective view of the Best & Worst Fragrances of 2011. […]
News Updates – 18-November (New York): Creed - Some short updates on Creed. Feuille Verte has been released in limited quantity, and will have a constrained […]