Lanvin Arpege pour Homme | Fragrance Review
Men’s toilet water Arpege pour Homme Eau de Toilette from LANVIN – launched in 2005
Eau de cologne Arpege pour Homme (Arpege pour Hom) is an upscale perfume for men, created for the famous French House LANVIN (Lanvin) perfumer Olivier Pescheux from Givaudan in 2005. Arpege pours Homme is a stylish, charming, sensual, slightly mysterious and faultlessly elegant fragrance for this gentleman Lanvin.
Luxurious, perfectly balanced, saturated with gentle warmth and sweetness, the oriental woody composition Arpege for men offers a refreshing and slightly intoxicating drink from the watery notes of mandarin, bitter orange, ripe nectarine, richly flavored with dry spiciness of pink pepper and light refined accents Neroli in the discovery of the perfume pyramid. Charming floral “heart” of the manly and strong fragrance of Arpege Homme from Lanvin is made up of a comprehensive powder chord of strict iris, a brilliant jasmine, shades of nutmeg and team mate. Rich warm notes of Australian sandalwood with a transparent veil of earthy patchouli, emphasize the intense sound of silky vanilla, interwoven with the sensual chord of Tonka beans, in the endlessly sexual basis of the composition Lanvin Arpege pour Homme.
The male version of the legendary fragrant symbol of the Lanvin brand – the female fragrance Arpege (1927) – has a strong and very long sound. Arpege pour Homme is a very elegant and refined evening perfume for the winter season, which can be a worthy accessory for men of all ages.
A modern, slightly abstract “geometric” design of the bottle was designed by the famous designer Serge Mansau (Serge Mansau).