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    This is a bad April Fool's joke, right? Please, tell me it's a joke...





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    soon Rei will be coming out with her own vitamin water. and why not? if she does it, it's different, cause she's a great artist. get it?!
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    okay, so i just had my "sample party" where i smelled pretty much every comme des garcons avaliable from lucky scent. out of the cdgs i like kyoto, i already have anbar, citrico and vet, so i like those as well.
    888 smelled like the new jean paul gaultier-only lighter...
    i only ordered one of the nasomattos-duro, and i liked it, although it doesnt last long (contrary to other reviewers)...my question-
    has anyone smelled any of the other nasamotto scents? thoughts? i'm going to for sure order duro and kyoto but i am interested in the other nasomattos and i have never smelled any of the l'artisans either.
    oh, and although i did like the kyoto, it was rather simple, almost like something banana republic or abercrombie would sell. really straight forward.

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    I have both Eau Noir and Bois d'Argent. I love Bois d'Argent for everyday and the smell is spectacular.





    Like dark said, Eau Noir is quite unique and i love wearing it at night, during the winter months. I wouldnt be able to wear on hot days/nights as i think it is too heavy a scent.





    And i got the small bottles and they last very well. DOnt need to spray a lot when you put it on



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    I just got an 8.4oz bottle of Bois, opened it and found out its a twist off bottle and not spray, I should have known. Does the smaller bottle have spray nozzle?


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    Davie - no spray is a good thing. On my skin scents seem to smell better when I splash it on rather than spray on. I can't really account for the difference but I definitely prefer it when I can get a splash bottle.

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    agreed. i like splash, it's the old school way.
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    monocle has the same base ,i think its "shafran" ,, just like palisander cdg or vetiver 46 by le labo---not very summery scent,too spicy.. ?




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    [quote user="Davie"][quote user="Jshockmtl"]

    I have both Eau Noir and Bois d'Argent. I love Bois d'Argent for everyday and the smell is spectacular.





    Like dark said, Eau Noir is quite unique and i love wearing it at night, during the winter months. I wouldnt be able to wear on hot days/nights as i think it is too heavy a scent.





    And i got the small bottles and they last very well. DOnt need to spray a lot when you put it on



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    I just got an 8.4oz bottle of Bois, opened it and found out its a twist off bottle and not spray, I should have known. Does the smaller bottle have spray nozzle?



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    The store SA was supposed to give you the spray nozzle, it comes separately in a black velvet pouch. Maybe go back to the store and ask for it (if you did buy it in-store)?


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    how does Le Labo Patchouli 24 smell in contrast with Comme Des Garcons Luxe Patchouli?

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    I wear..





    Hermès - Terre d'Hermès




    Givenchy - Very Irresistible




    Cerutti 1881 - Homme




    Jean Paul Gaultier - Fleur du Male




    St Dupont - Noir



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    [quote user="Cestlavie"]

    I wear..





    Hermès - Terre d'Hermès




    Givenchy - Very Irresistible




    Cerutti 1881 - Homme




    Jean Paul Gaultier - Fleur du Male




    St Dupont - Noir




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    [quote user="Faust"]agreed. i like splash, it's the old school way. [/quote]
    I'm voting for spray. I had an awful incident with a decanter of Bond #9 where I lost most of my favorite cologne onto the rug. In any case, this week I've worn Bond #9 Chez Bond & Wall Street, as well as Varvatos Vintage which I'm getting tired of. I saw that CdG scent for Monocle in the last issue, and may pick that up in the near future.


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    [quote user="beforehewentmad"]

    [quote user="Faust"]agreed. i like splash, it's the old school way. [/quote]
    I'm voting for spray. I had an awful incident with a decanter of Bond #9 where I lost most of my favorite cologne onto the rug. In any case, this week I've worn Bond #9 Chez Bond & Wall Street, as well as Varvatos Vintage which I'm getting tired of. I saw that CdG scent for Monocle in the last issue, and may pick that up in the near future.



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    CDGxMonocle will probably be my next scent as well, but I vowed that I finish two before I buy one.



    What was wrong with Bond #9 - did they put it in a wine bottle or something? [86] Usually the holes are so minuscule that it's impossible to "spill" it.

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    i like to get CDG's Monocle too but my Eau de Cologne from Chanel (they are for women but I wear them) and the giant Bois d'Argent bottles are endless!
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    Sorry. I replied ages ago, but I guess my computer froze or something since the reply isn't here. The spilling of Bond was really my own fault since I had the bottle in my hand and turned it completely upside down by accident... Tried to save a drop of the scent that was running off the side of my wrist, and I lost quite a few ounces of the fragrance there.



    Anyways, I haven't purchased the Monocle scent. I might when I get back from my trip to Ireland that I'm taking this week. I did buy Issey Miyake Intense and really like it a lot, though it doesn't last very long on my skin. I think it will suit my trip though since it will be a bit cooler there. I also bought Tom Ford's Black Orchid for the person I am visiting in Dublin, which is a scent I'd definitely wear myself though it is marketed as a female parfum.


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    Vetiver Oriental by Serge Lutens is just heavenly. Every time I put it on someone I know tells me "that's the kind of scent a girl wants to cuddle up with," but even beyond that, I just sit around sniffing myself, strange looks be damned!
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    CdG 2 MAN's the only fragrance i've worn in the past several years.

    I love the packaging for this Xmas edition, but it looks like this is the CdG 2, and not the 2 MAN...

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    Quote Originally Posted by merz View Post


    i swear by this.
    So, did you ever get this guy to send you samples? I must confess, I'm intrigued.

    By the way, I no longer care for Monocle x CDG.
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    I want to try those CB scents, specifically In The Library, but I rarely wear a fragrance so I haven't made a purchase.

    Has anyone checked out DS & Durga?
    http://www.dsanddurga.com/
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