Jean-Pierre Bethouart Fragrances

CerrutiSi – For the Unexpected Man


The masculine oriental fougere fragrance from Cerruti called simply CerrutiSi was introduced in 2003. Coming after the popular scents 1881 Amber Pour Homme, Nino Cerruti, 1881 Men and Image, introduced in the years 1881, 1979, 1990 and 1998 respectively, CerrutiSi was intended as an innovative perfume for the famous Italian fashion house. The big “yes” […]

Cacharel Nemo – An Olfactory Journey of Initiation

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Advertised as “Noa’s brother” and arrived on the market in 2000, Nemo was the perfume for which Cacharel needed two years since its female counterpart, in order to come up with such an interesting creation. Because Nemo represents an olfactory journey imagined as a guide to project a fresh light onto the revelation of the […]

Versace Blue Jeans – A Flamboyant Style

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Blue Jeans was introduced by Versace in 1994, as an ostentatious oriental woody masculine fragrance, developed by perfumer Jean-Pierre Bethouart. The scent was launched alongside its feminine counterpart, Red Jeans, both of them being inspired by the late Gianni Versace. Having an image that does not go along with my taste, Versace Blue Jeans is […]

Armand Basi Homme – Understated Masculine Elegance

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Established in Barcelona by Mercedes Basi during the 1940’s, Armand Basi is a Spanish fashion house that began its operation with only one store. Famous for its knitted garments produced from the top quality Scottish yarn, the company started to develop slowly and by 1958 the operations were took over by Mercedes sons Armand and […]

Burberry Touch for Men – Saluting the New Millennium

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Touch is a fragrance that was introduced by Burberry in 2000, two years after its feminine counterpart. Belonging to the woody floral musk olfactory group this is a masculine fragrance developed by perfumer Jean-Pierre Bethouart. Already a classis scent Burberry Touch for Men will be remembered for two things. First it represents the re-invention of […]

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