Roberto Cavalli Uomo Eau de Toilette
Italian fashion designer Roberto Cavalli released a new fragrance for men simply called Uomo, a blend which attempts to nail the glam-rock vibe, mixing opulence with rebelliousness...
The woody aromatic oriental composition is signed by perfumer Christophe Raynaud of Givaudan. It notably features a dark, black violet note in its head. The eau de toilette opens on a floral black violet and spicy saffron followed by a heart of lavender and honey while the base is anchored by patchouli, tonka bean, and cedar wood.
Nose Christophe Raynaud is one of the co-authors of 1 Million by Paco Rabanne (2008), one of the defining colognes of this day and age. It is not surprising to see that the signature sweet woods softened by tonka bean "jam" is perpetuated in the new scent. Here, you get a glimpse into the original factory for the contemporary, mainstream base.
Available in 40 ml, 60 ml and 100 ml edt for respectively in Europe 47,50€; 67,50€; 84€.
Via The Fashionisto