Recently, Tom Ford Private Blend released two new oud-based scents and a reworked Oud Wood. We’ve examined all three, so here’s our perspective.
In time for the holidays, Bond No 9 has released three unique, creative and appealing fragrances at a variety of price points.
Camille Henfling’s revival of the Von Eusersdorff fragrance heritage has resulted in a creative selection of scents, all worthy of discovery.
The Ormonde Jayne Four Corners of the Earth collection is masterfully-crafted and eloquently captures the nuances of their cultural inspirations.
Micallef Aoud has become regarded as a classic and reference standard for oud scents, and an excellent gateway fragrance.
Geza Schoen has developed a masterful work that commands us to take notice, and gs03 defines a floral musk that is both enticing and sensual.
If 2013 were to have its own sleeper scent, Dior’s Gris Montaigne would immediately come to mind as the critics’ darling.
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.
Among the scents discontinued with Bond No. 9′s Andy Warhol Foundation license agreement was Bond No 9 Andy Warhol. In many ways, it was a merciful end.