Please enter your password to continue.
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.
I am a fragrance guy... and I was NOT oleased with the smell of this colonge.. at ALL. The smell is very... "mature" I'll say. Definitely not modern or contemporary.1
The smell of this cologne is definitely not for me. My girlfriend was not a fan either. It doesn't smell clean and it is overpowering.1
This cologne is beyond unpleasant. It's very strong, headache strong, and it never goes away. Had to wash my shirt twice. Supposed to be unisex but I can't imagine any woman wanting to wear it.1
Let me preface my review by saying that scent is an incredibly subjective thing. What I like may repel you and vice-versa. That being said, this scent repelled me. It was overpowering and reminded me of old ladies who use too much perfume. Again, this is just me, I have no doubt it's perfect for others, but I couldn't wash it off fast enough.1
CK One was marketed as a fragrance for him or for her. It seemed slightly more on the masculine side, but could work for certain women. This fragrance is simply too feminine (older feminine, at that) to qualify.1
I took this out of the box, opened the top, gagged, immediately threw it out. The stench hung around for hours afterwards. Worst birchbox cologne sample I've gotten and there have been some TERRIBLE ones. Don't even try this one.1
I didn't particularly care for the smell and do not plan to purchase this product.1
If you are looking to smell like your grandmother, this cologne is right for you. With a warm floral sent, all the old man at the bar will be filling up your dance card right and left. Do your self a favor and avoid this item!1
Smells more like a perfume than a cologne. Kind of flowery. Not my taste. Very strong as well.1
This smells like a 1980's cologne the greasy guy with the gold chains wore that sold your parents that used car several decades ago. Run away. Far away.1