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Scents of freshness

Mens Fashion


From musk and woody fragrances to subtle floral notes, here are the best scents for this summer.

Terre d’ Hermès by Hermès


The history of an alchemic journey through the elements: earth, air and water. A woody, vegetal and mineral eau de toilette.


Rain & Angelica Cologneby Jo Malone


Part of a new limited edition collection named London Rain, the cologne has a revitalising scent, enlivened with angelica, juicy lime and vetiver.


Dior Homme Cologne by Dior


The stylish cologne’s freshness is created with a grapefruit blossom base, while its trail will remind you of the casual charm of a timeless white dress shirt.


Light Blue Discover Vulcano by Dolce & Gabbana


The limited edition fragrance is inspired by an exploding volcanic island. Expect intense top notes of Italian lemon and ginger, which are enveloped by the softness of cypress and lavender at the heart.


Karl Lagerfeld by Karl Lagerfeld


Lagerfeld’s new sensual scent for men is a result of his partnership with the French fragrance company, Inter Parfums.


Haitian Vetiver by Ermenegildo Zegna


Vetiver takes centre stage in this distinctly crafted fragrance, but it’s also blended with the finest threads of neroli, while carrot seed provides an unexpected lift.


Aqua Amara by BVlgari


A new BVLGARI creation that is inspired by the Mediterranean Sea follows in the footsteps of the best-selling AQVA POUR HOMME fragrance.


Spicebomb by Viktor & Rolf


The cocktail blends the spices of chilli and saffron with the all-masculine roundness of leather and tobacco, the strength of vetiver, and the fresh zesty notes of bergamot and grapefruit.


Armani Code Ultimate by Giorgio Armani


An intense, more sensual version of Armani Code Men, with increased leather notes that also features amber accord, precious woods and tonka bean.


John Varvatos by John Varvatos


A masculine, woody, oriental cologne for the discerning modern man, John Varvatos – the fragrance will be your new classic favourite.



Originally published in Aficionado, sister publication of 

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