In the world of olfactory art, there is never short of new launches and excitement.
Amidst the ever-growing celebrity fragrance lines and Muse-endorsed advertisement, it is sometimes a wise choice to go for classics that have transcended time and generations.
Like owning a personal style, having a “personal scent” (or a range of) is a sign of sartorial maturity. It is also, perhaps, a sign of a mature soul who manoeuvres through life gracefully: find one thing that works for you, stick to it forever (or until the next best thing comes) while moving on to focus on other life-fulling matters. A case in point: Steve Jobs’ iconic, custom design turtleneck by Issey Miyake and his loyalty to his “uniform” since 1998.
These classic fragrances (including the relaunched versions) are great choices to try if you’re in search of your signature scents:
To continue, check out Part 2: 34 Classic Men’s Perfumes to Invest In, Part 2: Leather, Oriental & Woody
Or, check out more fragrances here.