Au Masculin Fraicheur is a flanker to 2000’s Au Masculin, Lolita Lempicka’s first fragrance dedicated to the male audience. This fragrance arrived on the market in 2004, as a woody aromatic scent that emphasized its structure on the combination between anise and violet, something quite innovative at that time. I remember that I tested the fragrance one year after its release and due to the fact that I was strongly impressed, a couple of weeks later Au Masculin Fraicheur was already in my perfume wardrobe.
As a designer that did not followed the usual trends of the industry, Lolita Lempicka employs Au Masculin Fraicheur to play with the green, woody and floral accords, until coming up with a dynamic scent that makes the man who wears it very conspicuous. The perfume sits nicely on the skin, benefitting from a pleasant projection throughout all three development phases.
Au Masculin Fraicheur opens on a fresh and intoxicating combination of citruses, ivy and green notes. Later, in no more than 20 minutes, the fragrance enters the mid development phase, composed exclusively from anise and violet, which is responsible for developing a long lasting impression. This is the stage that leaves a powerful mark on your olfactory memory. The final development phase is the time when Au Masculin Fraicheur turns woody and more personal. The base notes encompass cedar, vetiver, cashmere wood and olive tree.
The bottle that holds Au Masculin Fraicheur is a replica of the original flask, introduced in 2000 by Au Masculin, the only aspect that has been modified is the glass that turned frozen, instead of translucent. Overall, Au Masculin Fraicheur is the ideal fragrance in case you are looking for something more than the usual citrus or oriental masculine fragrances.
Lolita Lempicka Au Masculin Fraicheur Perfume Details
- Au Masculin Fraicheur by Lolita Lempicka is available in 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette Spray; the lasting power is average (6 to 10 hours) and the sillage is good.
- Olfactory Group: Woody Aromatic
- For: Men
- Year Introduced: 2004
- Recommended Wear: Day
- Dress Code: Casual