L’Ome is the Durance en Provence eau de toilette line for men. This one is a great OG barbershop cologne.
rgousier (sea buckthorn) on top, with that creamy lemony note lasting for a half hour over alpha herbs and lavender. Wood fills in the bottom, cedar with some masculine sour sandalwood on the skin.
Old school gentleman–a bit of a curmudgeon but sweet underneath.
Soft solid that goes on with sugared grapefruit and sinks into the skin with lovely green forest woods. The cedar pushes it to the masculine end of unisex, but the musk at the end is sweet.
Lasts a good three hours an inch off the hands.
Comforting and friendly. A great one to give as a gift.
My favorite art inspired song.
Another apple for the teacher–this one is passionate about Victorian literature and floral print dresses.
Honeycrisp by the bushel and Crabtree & Evelyn rose talc, with modest sillage until tea time. Woodsy amber at the bottom lasts longer on clothes.
I kind of feel like this is what an American designer thinks London should be–cliche and prissy and pretty history–without acknowledging the grime and colonialism and punk rock.
The “Be Delicious Hearts of the World” line came out in 2012, when this song hit it big in the US. (And Florence is actually from London, unlike this perfume.)
Moody woods and spicy leather. I like it.
The bergamot and pepper opens bright, then the suede turns up the volume. A hit of wintergreen fades into forest within an hour.
This might be marketed as unisex, but I find it very masculine, with smoke and dry musk between the trees.
I still like the original of this one.