Originally Posted by L'Incandescent
As usual, you've got me beat.
I don't remember if you've addressed this here or not, but what do you think of Dior's rebranding the flanker Miss Dior Cherie as Miss Dior and changing the original Miss Dior to Miss Dior Classic? I'm sure they have their business reasons for doing it, but still.
Don't get me started. Cherie is not Miss Dior!!! But, dior has had little problem destroying its great fragrances and so I can't be surprised by this move.
I joke about Miss Dior and "masculine;" called "miss dior" we assume because of our 2012 "noses" a "miss dior cherie," a light, sweet girly scent that Natalie Portman would wear. In actuality, the 'real" miss Dior, at least before they destroyed it in reformulation, was a very thick, sultry chypre that was (for its time) very animalic. Good dose of patchouli, tons and tons of oakmoss, some subtle florals (that never really rise to the surface), and civet. it's not at all sweet. So, while it may not be "masculine" like Havana, it's very bodily... for a human body.
Anyway, I will see your Rouge Hermes and join you with Parfum d'hermes today, which was the original one that was later changed to rouge.
Originally Posted by Baron
I was also posting at 4 am, after waking up in the middle of the night due to too much wine with dinner, so my style was probably altered.
L'heure bleu... yum. All the vintage guerlain parfums are wonderful. There really isn't a bad one... Vol de nuit is also unique... quite dark and earthy.
Originally Posted by HORNS
I love Giorgio for Men
I also loved smelling Georgio for Women
on women as well and wonder what it would smell like on me.
Giorgio! T and I both have a soft spot for this in-your-face 80's powerhouse.