Culture needs a channel: ARTE. It canonizes currently for France and Germany the understanding of the moon landing that took place in 1969. That was the year of the revolt, and already with the logically second landing the revolt was finished. Then it had become a habit to trample on the moon.
1969' is more the image of this technical achievement (whether deceptive or true), when it wants to tell whole stories as 'Histoires De Parfums'. After a short time, a frame made of a single odorant appears on my skin. Odour profile: peach, chocolate (white), musk. Sensational! This has to be found first. For itself a great thing the nose quickly becomes disappointing. It can, my involuntary experiments say, detect the origin of smell, whether from a single molecule or from a mixture soon
How often can this impression affect people without becoming ordinary? Is it common at first, is it faded out or does it remain annoying? I don't think this perfume's as good as it looks. Already a certain thickness seems to want to cover the unnamed fragrance. But why, because in 'Mitsouko', for example, it worked out quite well to put the synthetics almost to the fore. However, modern odorous substances are also fairly valued by orders of magnitude more complicated than a simple peach lactone.
Altogether, at first glance, '1969' may seem like the earlier 'SUN', namely optimistically warm and radiant, overwhelming. But then he lacks the mischievous, sometimes subliminal smoky resinous tone of the old 'SUN'. Finally, '1969' rid itself of all complications towards a frame that no longer opens up new perspectives. Rigid, too bad.