Pierre Cardin Pour Homme by Pierre Cardin Cologne. Pierre Cardin Pour Homme, released in 2007, is a complex cologne for the sophisticated man.
The top notes include spicy, tart, bitter, citrusy bergamot; aquatic, fresh melon; and metallic, juicy pineapple. The middle notes mix spice and florals with pungent, earthy nutmeg; animalic, sweet orange blossom; piney, balsamic juniper berries; tenacious, powdery cinnamon; green, opulent jasmine; and clean, licorice-like lavender. The base notes add
distinct warmth with scents of rich, woody Brazilian rosewood; soft cedar; dark ebony wood; cozy, nostalgic vanilla; sensual, animalistic musk; resinous, sweet amber; green, grass-like tonka beans; and milky, lingering sandalwood. This cologne has moderate sillage and mild longevity, and the fresh scents make it great to wear on spring or summer days.
Pierre Cardin is a well-established fashion designer who first entered the perfume world in 1972. In addition to creating 42 fragrances as of 2020, this perfumer has also won numerous awards for his sophisticated design work.
Fascinated by costume design from an early age, Italian born French designer Pierre Cardin started his career in 1936 at age 14 as a clothier’s apprentice, learning the basics of fashion design. Arriving in Paris in 1945 Cardin quickly found positions working in various houses, including that of Christian Dior, before founding his own in 1950. Cardin’s first collection was shown in 1953 and was followed by his first women’s boutique in 1954 and...
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