To me, Strip smelt like a candy store; sickeningly sweet, overpowering and musky. There is such a huge difference between this fragrance and the other Agent Provocateur scents.
Strip is somewhat of a clubbing/nightlife fragrance. It is strong and slightly smoky, reminiscent of a room shrouded in cigarette smoke, glittering with fluoro dresses and smelling of liquor and booze. This scent oozes naughtiness and sexuality, however, as much as I love sexy fragrances, this fragrance does not appeal to me. Sexy perfumes, in my opinion, are dark, sensual and dirty. Strip is none of those things. It is sugary sweet, loud and musty. I think that 'sexy' requires an element of class and maturity to be desirable.
I spoke too soon, as now Strip is a part of my wardrobe. The first time I tested Strip I couldn't detect the tea note, nor would I have liked it back then even if I had. It's not as sweet as I previously took it to be, and its much more sultry and leathery than I could have imagined.
An amazing fragrance, very sexy and great for nights out and about.