Best Men Perfumes 2013

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Eros by Versace

Price: $80
Available in spring 2013

Looking for something with staying power? Then this little blue number from Versace may be just the ticket. Appropriately named, it’s a fantastically ballsy and in your face fragrance and also contains amber which plays a key part in a scents longevity on the skin.


Gentlemen Only by Givenchy

Price: $80
Available in spring 2013

Givenchy launches a new fragrance for men in 2013. Gentlemen Only is a modern homage to the classic fragrance of the house - Givenchy Gentlemen from 1974. This fragrance was once revolutionary amongst masculine fragrance introducing strong and intense woody notes instead of the traditional aromatic and citrusy ones.
Gentlemen Only is intended to men of our times; it is designed around modern woody nuances. The composition opens with fresh and spicy accords of green mandarin, pink pepper, nutmeg and birch leaves. Deep and intense woody character is provided by the heart of cedar, patchouli and vetiver. The base captures incense and animalistic notes.
The face of this Givenchy perfume is Australian actor Simon Baker. The fragrance is available as 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette with additional after shave lotion, deodorant in spray and in stick.

Le Beau Male by Jean Paul Gualtier

Price: $84
Available in February 2013

At first glance, it would be easy to confuse the new Gaultier release with its infamous predecessor -- the iconic torso bottle and tin packaging remains, as does the magic touch of the original perfumer, Francis Kurkdjian. And there’s a pretty high-camp advertising campaign to boot.

But the similarities between the two Males end there. Olfactory speaking, Le Beau Male is so far removed from its predecessor that it could have benefited from a completely original concept and name. The reinterpretation is a frosty and sharp blend, featuring a cool blast of mint right at the front. Le Beau Male settles down into a more familiar lavender accord after a while but there are only fleeting traces of the oriental facets contained in the original bestseller.


The Game By Davidoff

Price: $47.50
The Game by Davidoff is a Woody Aromatic fragrance for men. This is a new fragrance. The Game was launched in 2012. The nose behind this fragrance isBernard Ellena. Top notes are gin and juniper berries; middle notes are iris and precious woods; base note is ebony wood.

Hugo Red by Hugo Boss

Price: $82
Available soon

With the original Hugo Boss now 20 years old -- and still going very strong -- there really isn’t much call for an update. But, hey, when did that ever stop the guys at P&G from pushing another product? The scent is centered on contrasts: hot and cold, solid and liquid. And while the idea of juxtaposing contrasting accords is (somewhat ironically) rather polarizing among fragrance-philes, Red manages to fuse a cold and metallic accord (comprised of grapefruit and rhubarb) with a hot amber drydown featuring cedarwood. And, yes, Jared Leto is still the face.

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