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If you’re rocking a fragrance inherited from your old man, or relying on a goopy deodorant stick for your olfactory game, it’s time to mix things up. Kick off your new scent strategy with this subtle, summery eau de toilette from Motor City designer John Varvatos. It’s the fragrance equivalent of your favorite jeans and a just-washed tee: classic, cool, and easy-going. Even the packaging—a flask wrapped in hand-woven rattan—exudes laid-back class.
I like the smell and may use the sample to change things up from time to time. However, I prefer the cologne I already have.4
Citrus and pine -- that's what this brought to mind. Good stuff.4
I like Artisan. It's understated and masculine. It's not my favorite cologne, but as someone who rarely finds colognes that I like, this one appealed to my olfactory palette.4
This cologne has a nice fragrance. It smells good without being too strong. Doesn't have a chemical smell either like some fragrances.4
The cologne has a nice subtle, citrusy scent. Not overpowering in any situation.4
I bought this fragrance last summer and it has been fantastic. I prefer in the spring/summer months and switch to John Varvatos Vintage in the Fall/Winter. It is a fresh and fairly gender neutral scent.4
I really enjoy this scent its definitely citrusy/sandlewood. Its more of a summer/spring scent but i will certainly use it and eventually ordered but as of i knw i have my sights on a clinique Happy for men.Also it it helps i currently wear Chanel Bleu4
This was a nice fragrance. Not too strong, which I liked. I don't know if I would purchase it on my own though..4
I like that this scent is not too heavy or overpowering. It smells light and clean, good for daily wear.4
Never used this product before but the smell is on point and my girlfriend loves it... enough said4