Façonnable (1994) Eau de Toilette

Façonnable (Eau de Toilette) by Façonnable
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Façonnable (Eau de Toilette) is a perfume by Façonnable for men and was released in 1994. The scent is fresh-floral. It is being marketed by Lorience.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesMandarin, Rosemary, Peppermint
Heart Notes Heart NotesGeranium, Lavender, Nutmeg
Base Notes Base NotesCedar, Oakmoss, Sandalwood

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Scent

7.0 (30 Ratings)

Longevity

7.5 (24 Ratings)

Sillage

6.8 (22 Ratings)

Bottle

7.6 (33 Ratings)
Submitted by Apicius, last update on 24.05.2019

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The scent was re-released in 2017.

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1994 ohhh man what was that for a year!!!!
Young boy... 1994... that's 24 years ago, believe it or not! Do you sometimes feel that way with dates that were close to the millennium, that it was felt only a short time ago..but then it was 20 years ago!?
1994..what a year, one went excessively to techno parties and later to rave parties, Mayday was a term everywhere, a term for a whole generation, zeitgeist. Marusha's Over the rainbow was a hymn, Hyper Hyper Hyper somehow too, but I put it in the fair music drawer like Cotton Eye Joe or one, two police. Despite the recent 80's, it was also a time of cuddle songs, like Love is all around(Wet Wet Wet), Always(Bon Jovi), Without you(Mariah Carey) or All for love(Bryan Adams) or the unforgettable Mhhh Mhhh Mhhhh. The birth of many actors, 4 weddings and one death, the moving man or the Philadelphia with Tom Honks, which is still extremely gripping today..the title song of Bruce Springsteen still gives goose bumps today. Apartheid was history, Nelson Mandela was free again, Ayrton Senna was killed in an accident, a Golf 2 Fire+Ice by Bogner was driven in dark purple or the rich kids a Golf 3, but then at least as a special model Pink Floyd ... some more should follow. They wore Diesel Sattle jeans in extra wide and rolled them up a bit at the bottom, Joop jeans with(!) matching jeans shirt and wide sweatshirts from Chiemsee, Oxbow, Blue System and the Poppers and a bit better Chevignon...and yaaa there was Jordan Letschkow (better we keep silent) and unforgettable scents like Heaven by Chopard, CK One, Catalyst, Fuel for Men, Issey Myiake pH, Blue Jeans and even Faconnable..the last 2 mentioned, in the at that time just hip tin cans.
Looking back on what music or fashion was about, my stomach turns today...strangely enough, that's not the case with the scents. Yes I know, that's the nostalgic look, everything used to be better and so and clearly the scents are charged with memories, with me of a carefree time, where 50 Marks were enough for the whole weekend.
But I still like Heaven and Faconnable very much today. For Heaven, I'd kill today. We liked them back then, but we didn't sound the alarm about scents like we do today.
Faconnable was re-released last year, thank God, why this didn't happen at Heaven is inexplicable to me. Facconable is somehow a fragrance that has fallen somewhat out of time, its strength, nature and durability are today in the price segment (50-60€) no longer or only very rarely to be found, but Powerhouse would be said too much. But it was completely normal at that time that scents loosely held 8 hours or at least the whole discount night (important criterion). Faconnable is an unusual mix of freshness, flowers (lots of lavender and neroli, but no 4711) mint and an extra dose of oakmoss. Fresh spicy scents were very popular at that time and not so unlike each other, see Issey Myiake, Heaven, Patou's Voyageur (great with the ship as a stand) or Ultramarine by Givenchy, but still very peculiar, today one would say character scent. I can't find any similarities to Klor cleaners either, but I can understand well if many won't like it. The pungent freshness and the dominant oak moss and musk base are not everyone's cup of tea. I like it very much, because by the smell, I can rewind into the great time with a sprayer and enjoy, indulge, wonder, shake my head, sigh.
Sillage and shelf life are great, 8 hours and more are possible loosely and the scent has not been screwed on much or nothing at all, can't see any great differences...but the comparison from the head is just too long ago, but I recognized it immediately:-)!
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