Bois De Vetiver by Karl Lagerfeld Cologne. A spritz of Bois De Vetiver and you feel as though you can command any room.
A woody cologne with accords of greens, spices and citrus, this fragrance will captivate people to lean in closer. Invigorating herbs and citrus begin the scent profile with top notes of mint, blood orange and pink grapefruit. A heart accord comprised of rose, vetiver and geranium follows before melting to a sultry base of musk, ambroxan, and patchouli. Launched in 2017, this
3.3-ounce eau de toilette spray comes packaged in a masculine gray flacon.
Karl Lagerfeld is a German photographer turned fashion designer. An icon of design, he got his start as an apprentice for Balmain before eventually starting his own line. He currently photographs ad campaigns for Fendi and Chanel. His first fragrance was introduced in 1978 and now he has more than 23 perfumes and colognes to his name. This cologne was created by renowned perfumer Christophe Raynaud. Raynaud is the nose behind fragrances for luxury houses including Givenchy, Balenciaga and Guerlain.
Emigrating to Paris in the early 1950s, German born designer Karl Lagerfeld got his start in 1955 with Pierre Balmain after placing second place in a competition to Yves Saint Laurent that saw his entry put into production by Balmain later that year. Leaving in 1958 to take a job with Jean Patou, Lagerfeld who was barely 20 years of age, found his time with Patou to be very education yet extremely trying and left after a year to freelance. By...
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