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What kind of simple, great summer scent is that?! Elegant, consistent, high quality right down to the tip of the hair. Monotonous, bitter, but overall for me extremely versatile and easy to wear. Of course the price is a bit outrageous, but as a fragrance in itself a house number.
Oldschool luxury, casual and relaxed, masculine and self-confident. Oak moss refined with citric splashes, aldehydes meet chest hair, jasmine goes gym. Typical Tom Ford. It's all been done, but not so sophisticated and polished, defined and trained, laidback and powerful. This is artificial naturalness to the max. It literally smells of adventurers and fat wallets, of Mediterranean and beach villas, of coupes and salty breezes. A poem and grandiose advertisement for Positano. Sunny, sensual, pensive. Perfect with olives, a fine wine and a relaxed snack. A secret member of the top ten thousand. Without bragging or showing off. The opposite of the spirit. Even if some themes and accents of other blue-turquoise Tom Fords only repeated.
Flacon: Tom Ford has already created something iconic...
Sillage: delicate and summery.
Durability: super beautiful, but too fast away - 3-5 hours in the sun. But it should be made for that.
Conclusion: an almost perfect holiday fragrance. If you're a millionaire. Or just looking for the one. Masculine, summery, light, green and blue and southern in each molecule. A classic men's fragrance, sexy and fresh. You have to create with a lot of jasmine first. And actually super simple. Here only flawlessly and luxuriously prepared and updated