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Discussion in 'Fragrance' started by Nah, Oct 5, 2017.
Trussardi and Oleg Cassini...
Safari by Ralph Lauren
Nautica competition in the blue metal bottle
Polo extreme sport
Hugo boss with the cap tether
I didn't use it when it was released in the early 90s, but I am quite fond of Paloma Picasso's Minotaure.
JPG Le Male
Only Cologne I remember wearing back then was Jovan Musk for Men
This was my all time favorite scent. Sadly discontinued. Got more compliments with this than any other.
Ungaro 1, I wore it on my wedding day 13 years ago and I still have a large ammount left. I wear it every anniversary for my wife. The last time I checked for it on ebay the same bottle was up to 300 bucks. Unfortunatly its discontinued and the ungaro 3 has replaced it, which is another good one my wife likes as well.
I'm gonna have to go with Brut Actif Blue. I have never found an aquatic that smells quite like it. It was my favorite scent of the period. Sad. They only produced it from '94-'97. It was cheap but I always really loved it.
In that same vein I also love Coty's Gravity and Fahrenheit.
I don't think Red for Men is discontinued. I saw it at Ross the other day. I had it in my hand to buy it until I saw the massive weekend checkout line. I put it back.
Not sure if these are really 80's scents but I wore them then and through the 90's so, for me, they count.
Fahrenheit (released 1988)
Lagerfeld Classic (the original one - 1978)
L'Eau d'Issey pour Homme, released in 1994. I wore it until I was sick of it in the 1990s. An excellent and important scent.
As Cwtan12 says, Le Male should likely be there, too. Highly popular and influential. I never loved it.
Van cleef and arpels.....all of them
Guerlain Jicky is a fragrance from the 1890s, worn by Civil War veterans and still available today. And it smells great!