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The Italian fashion house known for its modern, architectural pieces takes the same rigorous approach to its fragrances. This stylish unisex scent is intense but also approachable, with a rich amber base. It translates from the boardroom to the bar easily and is sure to attract attention—the good kind.
Smell like an old man, so I gave it to my step dad. What a disappointment. But he likes it, so....1
Second time they sent this. I don't like it and said so last time.1
It is so sweet and flower tones that I did not like it. I tried it one more time and that was it, I had to throw it away1
I know colognes interact differently with a man's body composition, but this fragrance and mine did not align at all. It smelled just awful, and seriously hoping it wasn't me.1
This scent is definitely not for me. Sweet and floral. I use Hermes d'terre and Tom Ford Black Oud, both have musky and earthy tones. I wouldn't even wear this one in summer.1
I took this out of the package, sprayed myself with and and regretted it immediately. This defines the musky, dude who always smells like WAY too much cologne type of cologne. I was unable to wash the scent off myself so I had to wear it in shame until it wore off. I threw it in the garbage right after that because it's awful.1
Smelled very flowery. Should be a woman's fragrance. Not something I would ever buy or experiment with. Even if it was free. Flowers are not something that should be experimented with when it comes to a mans cologne.1
I feel like a broken record reviewing the colognes that come in my box each month. I am not a fan of this brand or any of their scents. They are too spicy and over-powering for my taste.1
Did not like the smell. Would not buy in the future1
This really does smell like an old lady salon in 1972.......
(nothing against 1972)