Rashna’s overview: “I really feel like I’m nestled in a tufted leather-based Chesterfield loveseat, listening to a jazz trumpeter riff. I grew up in England and one whiff of this takes me again to a British pub. It’s very clear, although I’d say it skews older. It’s undoubtedly a masculine scent, however the extra female notes of vanilla and orange rise over time so it’s one I really like.”
Sean’s overview: That is similar to By the Fire, with wealthy, woodsy, and smoky undercurrents. (Credit score, partially, the styrax for a number of the leathery, balsamic aromas.) And I adore it. I’m a cocktail man and I get a pop of rum in each waft, as Maison Margiela meant. I’m additionally reminded of patinated leather-based interiors of a basic automotive, which brings a smile to my face. I’m bummed that Rashna’s claiming this one, however possibly if we rotate days, I also can put on it.