You have tried out many different types of fragrance and have developed an olfactory taste. You are searching for a sophisticated scent, something unbound by the fleeting trends, something classic that can be your signature.

Enter the new masculin Pluriel, the latest fragrance by Parisan perfumer Francis Kurkdjian from his eponymous perfume house. The renowned perfumer needs no further introduction when one learns of his past creations including classic signatures such as Le Mâle for John-Paul Gaultier (1995),  F by Ferragamo (2006), Armani Mania(2002) and many more.

 


The latest Pluriel is one half of a duo perfume launch (the other a feminine variant) as the brand’s quest for an eternal feminine and masculine classic, designed to evolve with freedom and sensuality – a new timeless classic.  The fougère accord reflects the trademark of major men’s classics, opening with a soft lavender and a leathery accord settling to woody patchouli base that lingers throughout the day.

Type: EDT     Fragrance Family: fougère , woody     

Top Notes: Lavander absolute from Provence 

Heart Notes: Soft leather accord, Eastern red Cedar

Base Notes: Vetiver from Haiti, Patchouli from Indonesia

Editor’s Ratings:

Scent: 4/5     Longevity: 4/5     Sillage: 3/5     Bottle: 4/5

Available from September 2014 at Escentials and www.franciskurkdjian.com