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I wouldn't mind - there's something dirty about this perfume and I like that a lot. I decided it maynot be worth my life in gifting this to her. The overall effect is comforting and, yet, sexy - if that makes sense... From the back and forth reviews, recommend you try before you buy. When I do get home I plan on immediately showering away my old cologne to give Bvlgari Black a well-deserved place on my body. I have held off purchasing it because of the elusive "rubber tire" scent..while I do get that accord shortly after, it fades and this is just a lovely slightly smokey hot steamy cup of tea.The first fragrance I've tried that I would describe as a 'scrubber'. Some high-roller is cruising around in his new car until the 10 min mark when he picks up either an S. or someone else who has certain intentions in mind and they are wearing cheap vanilla perfume. Then at the 30 min point they get out at their destination: an executive suite at some fancy af hotel. In fact, the tires and new car sent evolve into a dry smoky leather. Unisex in the manner it smells feminine on a lady and masculine on a guy. First impression: why do I need this when I own Lolita Lempicka au Masculin? Cheers Unlike its bottle, Bvlgari Black is soft and sensuous and not as avant garde as the bottle may have suggested. After it wears on, it becomes sweeter with the vanilla coming through and powdery with soft sillage and medium longevity. The grandaddy of this kind is Dior's Fahrenheit, which was an avantgarde thing, concentrated on the idea of burning petrol, flame and finally smoldering ashes. Because of the car workshop scents - gasoline, rubber, motor oil, exhaust and so on. But after two or three bottles, I eventually got tired of it, and could not use it anymore. The leather, vanilla and musk smells so good on my skin and I can not stop smelling myself with this. Kind of making me think about a person who smokes cigarettes, wearing a leather jacket, drinking some warm vanilla coffee drink of some sort. "Cigarettes smells bad", yes, well I am just thinking of a smoky leather. They're conceptual, ment to convey a specific theme or atmosphere.
Mind me, it's quite more than the rubber, as the feeling is softened by the vanilla and the feeshnes of the tea note, but the leather in this is so well configured that it actually smells like you just finished a lap on Nurmbergring and just popped a soft slightly sweet drink just sitting there on the hud of the car and chilling. Perfect burnt rubber smell, a bit harsh but so well balanced, softened with vanilla and I adore the smell. I wonder if there is a dude who can pull this off...
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As its smokey, rubbery and woody notes implie, Black is created for a man living a metropolitan life. It starts with a smoky black tea, in this case lapsang souchong, urban and masculine, simulating rubber, car tires, cars, roads and motor noise while the notes of amber and woody notes remind that even the largest cities hide romantic moments at sunsets. Leather, rubber, amber, musk underlined with awesome vanilla. What I get is this clean, powdery vibe that I enjoy very much. Or perhaps it's because I've only given this a chance on Casual Fridays, when a carefully chosen outfit can't elevate the notes and evoke a certain mood. I am laughing at the rubber tire "scent"...one I do not pick up on, thankfully.
Compliments: NA/5 (No one said anything about this fragrance). To create and launch a conceptual fragrance, the house must be already strong enough in market terms, so it doesn't hurt the overall business if it flops.
Fahrenheit was a hit, not because of the idea behind it, but because it was something completely different from what is the norm, or general mass appeal, as parfumes are primarily a business aimed at a wide audience, and common places are a sure bet in revenue terms.
Would recommend to those who love vanilla, and for people to try it on before committing to purchase. You definitely have to be in a certain "mood" for this one. The difference is that this perfume have a leather accord in addition to tea. Black's cool hat is a tarry, petrochemical note in the top that's impressively interesting and must have been unique when it first came out. I don't know what it was like before reformulations, but this (2016) batch is an instant, weak skin scent once the alcohol has evaporated on me.