In time for the holidays, Bond No 9 has released three unique, creative and appealing fragrances at a variety of price points.
Cheap Thrills: L’Occitane Eau de Vetyver First, a bit of background on how I happened on Eau de Vetyver as this month’s Cheap Thrill. While […]
Serge Lutens Boxeuses is a sublime gourmand that captures the essence of a leather scent in a way that is approachable and intimate.
Before the advent of MTV or “yuppies”, men’s colognes were bold, brash and unapologetic, and One Man Show by Jacques Bogart was an 80′s hallmark.
M. Micallef Royal Vintage is a very well-executed, refined scent with great longevity and versatility, a very good go-to fragrance.
Cartier L’Heure Fougueuse translates to “spirited” or “rash”, but does that aptly describe a refined and elegant fragrance?
Does the Guerlain Derby 2012 reformulation remain true to its 80′s heritage, or has it been changed to alienate itself from the original?
Each year, Thierry Mugler produces a limited edition version of his signature A*Men cologne. This year? It’s Thierry Mugler A Men Pure Leather.
Since its introduction, Viktor & Rolf Spicebomb has been a very polarizing fragrance with people either singing its praises or condemning it as tacky.