Francois Demachy Fragrances

Dior Homme Cologne by Christian Dior Review

Dior Homme Cologne by Christian Dior_EdT

Different from the perfume with the same name launched in 2007, Dior Homme Cologne is the most recent masculine fragrance from the house of Dior. Arrived on the market in February 2013, this citrus aromatic could be described as a well behaved scent, due to development of Dior’s master perfumer, Francois Demachy. Sadly, subsequent to […]

Givenchy Dahlia Noir – The Aroma of an Imaginary and Fatal Flower

Givenchy Dahlia Noir_75ml_EdP

One sunny day of the summer that just went by, I wanted to sample a recent creation from Givenchy, Dahlia Noir and I was very surprised to find out that in both Sephora and Douglas, the scent was not available. The unpleasant surprise was generated by the fact that, according to my calculations, the feminine […]

Dior Aqua Fahrenheit – The Combination of Water and Fire

Dior Aqua Fahrenheit_EdT

I have a friend who is so obsessed with Dior perfumes and especially Fahrenheit that, no matter how hard I tried to present him with numerous excellent alternatives, he keeps coming back to his obsession, because he consider it as his signature fragrance. I imagine that this type of customer represents the ideal target for […]

Fendi Fan di Fendi – Destined to be Loved

Fendi Fan di Fendi_50ml_EdP

Fendi is an Italian fashion house, established by Adele Casagrande in 1918. Following her marriage with Edoardo Fendi, the house changed its name to Fendi and became a reference in style these days, a company notorious for its “baguette” handbags. Fan di Fendi was introduced in 2010 as a floral woody musk feminine fragrance, developed […]

Dior Homme Intense 2007 – A Stylish Eau de Perfume

Dior Homme Intense 2007_50ml_EdP

While testing Dior Homme Intense in 2008, I was convinced by the capacity of the fragrance. However, it was not until the end of last year when, subsequent to sniffing its re-interpreted version launched in 2011, I thought of adding it to my perfume wardrobe. The first edition seemed interesting for me, except it lacked […]

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