Francis Kurkdjian’s brief for Jean-Paul Gaultier Le Beau Male was to highlight notes that were more subliminal in Le Male, not reformulate the classic.
Cartier L’Heure Fougueuse translates to “spirited” or “rash”, but does that aptly describe a refined and elegant fragrance?
In Cartier’s L’Heure Vertueuse III, Mathilde Laurent has created a true garden experience: elegant, earthy, authentic, but not overpowering.
Creed Green Irish Tweed is an iconic mainstay, so its no surprise others would desire to copy or improve upon that success.
Essence de Bois is a flanker of the original Eau de Cartier scent in a pleasant unisex EDT formulation that tries to please everyone. Does it succeed?
Bond No. 9′s New Haarlem has become a fan favorite since its release in 2003. What is the magic behind Maurice Roucel’s gourmand masterpice?
For this week’s Cheap Thrills, we review a fresh chypre from the late 80′s as a good bet for spring and summer weather. Claiborne for Men.
So many fragrances trade on the designer name rather than their own merits or quality. Santos de Cartier is a notable exception to that trend.