Angel Pure Wood by Thierry Mugler Cologne. Perhaps no scent is more associated with masculinity than the earthy fragrance of wood.
Wood scents are often used in perfume-making to provide the strength and rustic qualities of the forest. Thierry Mugler chose to play off this by creating Angel Pure Wood, a cologne dedicated to this classic, manly scent. The cologne has a smooth quality to its fragrance through the inclusion oak wood, vanilla and coffee. Warm patchouli gives this balanced fragrance
a touch of character. The spicy scent of cypress contains just a hint of evergreen, adding the fresh, clean smell of woodland air. Although distinct, the cologne is not so overpowering that it can’t be worn during the day.
All the colognes in the Angel Pure collection have been released with bottles in the shape of a hip flask. The Angel Pure Wood flask has a light khaki colored body with a wood grain pattern. The signature star on the front is an amber color.
With a past life as a professional dancer and interior decorator, French designer Thierry Mugler found his calling in 1972 when at the young age of 24, but older through his various life experiences, he was hired by the firm Moonlighting to design their Italian ready to wear line. The next year Mugler was able design under his own label but it was not until the late 1970s that his work garnered seriously attention. Mugler was among the movement...
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