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Perfume review: Flowerbomb is an explosion of florals

Flowerbomb perfume by Viktor & RolfFire in the hole!  Pull the pin on this purchase and you'll be the talk of the town.

Quirky Dutch design duo Viktor & Rolf have been taking the fashion world by storm with their politically-charged haute couture, bringing a sense of humour and the golden Midas touch to all that they do. Their debut perfume -- Flowerbomb -- is a global triumph, and epitomizes their avant-garde aesthetic and penchant for perfection.

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Get more bang for your buck when buying fragrances

Buying fragrances

With the global economy in crisis and the resulting impact it’s had on the luxury retail market, I'm sure you - much like myself - are striving to find ways to get greater bang for your buck. When funds and resources are stretched to the limit, it's paramount to get the best possible value for your money … especially now, with the holidays just a few short weeks away.

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Fragrance Review: Dirty English by Juicy Couture

Dirty English by Juicy CoutureGot wood? Juicy Couture's Dirty English is an aromatic woody masculine scent with muscle.

He's no shrinking violet … Dirty English (as the name might suggest) is a strapping eau de toilette that embodies the Herculean scent of a lumberjack -- one part perspiration and two parts brawn!

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Fragrance Review: Chloé perfume has a heart of rose

Chloe perfumeIn 2008, renowned noses Michel Almairac and Amandine Marie resurrected the Chloé perfumes brand with their collaborative work on the most feminine of feminine fragrances: Chloé.

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Fragrance Review: Citizen Queen a weapon of mass seduction

Citizen Queen perfumeThis modern day chypre celebrates dominant femininity… perhaps if Chanel No.5 and Agent Provocateur were to produce an illegitimate love child, Citizen Queen by Juliette Has a Gun would be it!

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Fragrance: Transcending the gender barrier

Unisex fragrances

So I'm a guy. I have a wardrobe full of blue flannel shirts and I like to kick footballs a lot. I like Motocross and beer, and have several "questionable" bikini calendars hanging in my shed. My chest hair is more overgrown than a thicket, and I reek of Brut 33.

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Fragrance Review: A Scent by Issey Miyake

A Scent perfume by Issey MiyakeIn true minimalist style, Issey Miyake aptly named this perfume "A Scent," but don't let this mislead you; there is nothing nominal about this uplifting EDT that will ensure you revisit the green thrumming murmur of summer -- time and time again.

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Fragrance Review: Gucci Envy is a masculine love potion

Gucci Envy cologne for menIt may be the neon green shade of toxic swamp water, but Gucci Envy for Men is still a favorite with the fellows. Fashioned under the creative direction of Tom Ford in 1998, Envy embodies stylish, sophisticated charm at its best. It appeals to a man who likes to be desired … everything he is and everything he does, is something to be envied.

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Costume National 21: A bewitching fragrance

Costume National 21 fragranceLaunched in 2007 to mark the milestone of 21 years in the fragrance business, Costume National 21 is an avant garde scent that is like a sheep in wolf's clothing. Despite its beautiful minimalist bone-white flacon, the contents will bewitch and surprise!

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Celebrating Eau d'Orange Verte's dynamic citrus heart

Hermes d'Orange Verte fragrance reviewIf you love your citrus scents to rouse and stimulate your senses, then you won't find better than Eau d'Orange Verte. This house of Hermés classic has withstood the test of time - first created in 1979, and still going strong today.

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