Ferre Black by Gianfranco Ferre Cologne. Every man needs a classy scent at times, whether for dinner dates, job interviews, or special occasions.
Ferre Black by Gianfranco Ferre can offer you that sophistication. It could be thought of as a seesaw between the spicy and the sweet. The first notes you smell are of lavender, grapefruit, and pepper, for a sharp start. Piquant coriander, orange blossom, and cardamom nuances make up the center. Notes of earthy patchouli and the lightly fragrant teak
wood provide a solid base.
Ferre Black came out in 2015. Olivier Polge, a Greece native, is the nose behind this fragrance. He currently works as in-house perfumer for Chanel. Gianfranco Ferre is an Italian fashion design house named after the man who created it. The business mainly markets clothes and accessories. Their first perfume was released in 1984, and the latest is from 2016. They have collaborated with a number of perfumers such as Maurice Roucel, Michele Saramito, Nathalie Lorson, and Mark Buxton.
Gianfranco Ferré, who passed away in June of 2007, was a fashion designer and architecture graduate who earned the moniker "the architect of fashion" for his well-sculpted, original designs and academic background.
He began his fashion career as an accessory and raincoat designer in the 1970s, before launching his own collections for men and women-- showing his first couture collection in Rome in 1986. Gianfranco also served as Stylistic...
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