February 2016 for Men: Cast of Characters

Fragrances are often inspired by characters, real or imagined. And when we wear them, we get the chance to try on a different identity for a while.

In this collection, we have the scent of an aristocrat with a rather sensational backstory that encompasses Paris, WWII, JFK, and deep mystery. We have a scent inspired by the perfumer’s father—“always a gentleman.” We end with the scent of sensual pleasure inspired by one of history’s most controversial figures.

Which one do you want to be today? Sign up for Olfactif for Men to see.



Eight & Bob from Eight & Bob is a warm, spiced citrus with a fanciful back story that makes delightful use of the role of narrative in perfume. Read more...



Galantuomo by Bottega Profumiera starts with a crisp green and citrus opening that dazzles in its clarity. Anise and a host of warm notes round out the composition into something truly unique: warm and cool, a little tart and a little sweet. Read more...



1740 by Histoires de Parfums, inspired by the provocative writer Marquis de Sade, is a seductive, sensual interplay of light and dark, working its way toward the rich drydown of leather and immortelle. Read more...

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Olfactif Editorial Team
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