Floral

Fragrance family: Floral

Collection: Portraits

Much Ado About The Duke

The handsome young Duke’s peppery rose fragrance sets hearts aflutter – but not the ones you might think. His wife, the most coveted girl in London, seems not to interest him at all. Fancy that.

3 reviews

The handsome young Duke’s peppery rose fragrance sets hearts aflutter – but not the ones you might think. His wife, the most coveted girl in London, seems not to interest him at all. Fancy that.

3 reviews
£192

75 ml

Size 75 ml
QTY 1 +
Concentration

Eau de Parfum

Eau de Parfum

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Mysterious

This was my second foray into the Portraits series, and is kind of an antonym to my first (Roaring Radcliffe). When they say it's ambiguous, they're right! This could almost be a unisex scent, both floral and woodsy. It's fresh but also has an undercurrent of a more masculine smell. It feels a little like you can't quite figure it out. I would love for my entire house to smell like this one, actually.

By Zachary Tatom 18 Apr 2019

True To The Image

I initially bought this because of the dog. I love dogs, so I figured why not. The scent is not too overpowering. Some scents feel to scream masculinity, others are too feminine. However, this is the perfect in between. Its floral notes create a welcoming scent. However, the lasting notes of Gin show strength and personality. Also, my dog loves the scent. She is all over me whenever I wear this cologne. I definitely know why they chose a dog for this particular portrait.

By Andreu Poort 08 Sep 2018

True To The Image

I initially bought this because of the dog. I love dogs, so I figured why not. The scent is not too overpowering. Some scents feel to scream masculinity, others are too feminine. However, this is the perfect in between. Its floral notes create a welcoming scent. However, the lasting notes of Gin show strength and personality. Also, my dog loves the scent. She is all over me whenever I wear this cologne. I definitely know why they chose a dog for this particular portrait.

By Matteo Poort 08 Sep 2018
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