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post #17191 of 20494
Of course we know Ron Burgundy's signature scent:
http://www.werd.com/22028/sex-panther-cologne/
post #17192 of 20494
Bois D, Orange by Frederic Malle.
post #17193 of 20494
Idole EDT today
post #17194 of 20494

L'artisan figuier extreme

post #17195 of 20494
Black by Comme des Garcons: Smoke & Incense with an amazing vetiver base.
post #17196 of 20494
Today: Tom of Finland.
post #17197 of 20494
Wearing ELDO too, Eloge du Traitre
post #17198 of 20494
Frapin 1697 sample today. This has possibly the most booze-ridden opening I've encountered, but it has settled down to a wonderful warm scent that is perfect for today's chilly weather.
post #17199 of 20494
Day: Cartier Declaration

Evening: Vintage Tuscany per Uomo. Good stuff...
post #17200 of 20494
Today I wore Incense Oud. My eveningtime scent, which I am wearing right now, is called Sahara Noir and it is by Tom Ford.
post #17201 of 20494

Lubin Idole, boozey goodness.  Projection seems to have dimmed down significantly into the afternoon but I am a pretty conservative sprayer so maybe up that a bit next time.

post #17202 of 20494
^^ ohhh, both lovely choices!
post #17203 of 20494
Today: Sombre Negra.
post #17204 of 20494
Today: Vintage Van Cleef & Arpels Pour Homme. Interesting—I find this to have elements of Comme des Garcons 2 Man, and Ulrich Lang Anvers 2. Only, two decades earlier and way less expensive. I like it...

I went to the Roja Dove counter at Bergdof's today and spent the better part of an hour going through almost the entire line. Absolutely beautiful work. I gravitate towards classical maximalist fragrances and Roja seems to be one of the only ones left making these kinds of big, baroque scents with an old-school vibe. I mean, Diaghilev? Come on—it's brilliant. Pretty much everything I smelled, except for a couple of the ouds, I found interesting, classic and perfectly balanced.

The prices are pretty ridiculous, though, especially for the extraits and the triple-strength Oud. I mean, 750 pounds (almost $1200) for a 100 ml bottle is wandering into Emir-only territory. (The bespoke service—which I was told costs around $40,000—pretty much *is* Emir-only territory...
post #17205 of 20494
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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

Today: Sombre Negra.

The notes on this sound really interesting:

"The emotional intensity of patchouli, vetiver and choya loban unearth deep mushroom notes, revealing sweet but unsentimental undertones of opoponax and tobacco. The diffused smokiness of pink and black pepper mingles with dry teak and cypress leaving an ephemeral illusion."

Wow, I'm in!

But...how does it match up to the sell copy? smile.gif
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