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For those of you who live near Hermes boutiques, I saw on fragrantica that the new Jour d'Hermes will appear there on Dec. 1. The packaging looks very nice.
post #13742 of 21234
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

Anyone sniffed the new Kilians yet?

I am of a philosophy that I think is similar to one that Thomas expressed, that I will in general never purchase perfumes of a certain price per milliliter. Therefore I will just not get myself interested in certain brands for the expensive reason and for other reasons as well, and By Killian is one of them as well as Bond NY. Of course I have purchased quite a few expensive and recently made ones but there are exceptions.
post #13743 of 21234
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

For those of you who live near Hermes boutiques, I saw on fragrantica that the new Jour d'Hermes will appear there on Dec. 1. The packaging looks very nice.

I'm very excited.
post #13744 of 21234
Today: Voyage d'Hermes Parfum.
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Today: Bel Ami.
post #13746 of 21234
Didn't wear any today but just applied some Lalique pour homme for the rest of the evening.

We've actually got an Hermès boutique in Maastricht. May swing by on December 1.
post #13747 of 21234
Zizanie.

Can someone suggest me a Patchouli fragrance that is powdery, little sweet, with medium sillage and longevity.
post #13748 of 21234
Bois de violette today. French lover, timbuktu (quickly becoming a favourite) and ambre sultan over the past few days.
post #13749 of 21234
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Originally Posted by Mr_Incognito View Post

Zizanie.

Can someone suggest me a Patchouli fragrance that is powdery, little sweet, with medium sillage and longevity.

Have you tried Coromandel?
post #13750 of 21234
I put on Tom of Finland for the evening hours. I've gotten a compliment on this literally every time I've worn it.
post #13751 of 21234
L'etre aime pour homme today (thanks, Inc). I love immortelle, but this one is a little brassy for me. I think it might be a vetiver note that I'm not liking so much. I think I'm going to like the Femme version more.
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I like L'Etre Aime Femme quite a bit better than the Homme. I think "brassy" is a good way to sum up what I don't like about the Homme too.
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Originally Posted by Mr_Incognito View Post

Zizanie.
Can someone suggest me a Patchouli fragrance that is powdery, little sweet, with medium sillage and longevity.

As HORNS mentioned, Coromandel is definitely a good candidate. I'd also suggest Nombril Immense by Etat Libre d'Orange.
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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

I am of a philosophy that I think is similar to one that Thomas expressed, that I will in general never purchase perfumes of a certain price per milliliter. Therefore I will just not get myself interested in certain brands for the expensive reason and for other reasons as well, and By Killian is one of them as well as Bond NY. Of course I have purchased quite a few expensive and recently made ones but there are exceptions.
What's the ceiling? Kilian refils, for example, are often about 150€/100ml (190$).
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sotd: gucci - homme 2

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