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Beene Grey Flannel Eau de Toilette 240 ml

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A hallmark of quality flannels is the ‘melange’ color. This effect is achieved before the yarn is actually spun! On the other hand, carded yarns are brushed in a way that retains the long wool fibers as well as the short ones.

Normally, fabrics are yarn dyed, which gives the woven fabric a uniform color. With flannel, it is different: the unspun wool, the so-calledwoolen silver, is printed with the desired colors. The melange printing method is named after its french inventor Vigoureux. Once the woolen silver is printed, the wool is then spun into yarn with a mixed color. Once this yarn is woven, one receives the beautiful mottled melange color effect as seen above.Grey Flannell is something I particularly like to perceive in my boyfriend, because on the one hand he looks distinguished - but on the other he also has a discreet sex appeal. maybe more than 10% of the Earth would still be.. would still be inhabitable. And all the moving would not have been necessary would not have been necessary. But what the hell. Not easy, does one it nevertheless one is rewarded with a fragrance composition that meanders through a wonderfully balsamic forest, throws itself head over heels into a sea of flowers and then beds down on sunlit oak moss. To be honest, it doesn't sound particularly masculine or feminine to me - It just sounds great. If you want to smell like he or she has a sense of style, you'd like to be outside, but also kind of lost in thought in a corner at a jazz club, Grey Flannel. And let's face it, at the price you also have nothing to lose, so girls, ladies and Co: dare you.

However, from a distance the fabric looks like a solid color. The Vigoureux printing process creates a certain color depth that you will not find in a plain solid fabric. Connoisseurs love this melange effect of their flannel, which gives it a slightly less formal and nonchalant touch. The History of Flannel In the perfume chapter of his book "Der Gentleman" Bernhard Roetzel writes about "Grey Flannel" and others: Fortunately, you don't notice that this fragrance came onto the market in 1976, in the middle of a decade not exactly known for its timeless style. It goes best with a more classical wardrobe." Rex, a common first name for male sheepdogs, is Latin for king, and one of the few "uncrowned" in the world of fragrances is Grey Flannel. A double-breasted pajamas, which is worn mainly in winter but also in the summer (more sparingly dosed) before the sandman or optionally sweaty coitus to use ... If Jesus (the real Rex) before the Stations of the Cross would have applied a perfume this would probably Grey Flannel. The fragrance has everything and can do everything. Those who appreciate soapy (here in a very sublime, accomplished form) will find their Eldorado here. Followers of sweet fragrances, on the other hand, should experience their personal Waterloo here... The galbanum in the top note and the narcissus in the heart note are quite bulky fellows and should probably cause more frowns among mainstream consumers. The latter narcissus is one of the many floral protagonists that make the fragrance a veritable floral experience. Flowers Galore! Grey Flannel by Geoffrey Beene is an “Eau de Toilette” for men, with oriental, floral and wood notes. This creation was a revolution in the 70s, as it introduced in its essence, previously exempt creations in masculine floral notes, and was a model for several later perfumers. This fragrance was created in 1975 by perfumer André Fromentin. It was the first fragrance Geoffrey Beene, a prestigious fashion designer of the United States, revolutionary in its field by betting on innovative creations and transgressive at the time, and so he left it shaped in his first creation. Olfactory pyramid starts with bergamot and lemon citrus notes and introduces the first galbanum and neroli floral nuances, responsible for creating a soft mattress for a heart and floral completely based mimosa, iris, violet, sage, rose, geranium and narcissus. Finally, its base is created by a magnificent fusion of wood notes that give a touch of sensuality and delicacy. Quality and luxury. This fragrance is aimed at an audience that knows how to appreciate these qualities. Sophistication and class come together to host a sybaritic taste sector.PERFUME OF REFERENCE. Grey flannel has been and it is still of the perfumes of reference in the world of perfumery, thanks to its smell and quality of their violet. And when the couples move home at an advanced hour, he says to me: You see - they have to go home together - we are allowed to go to bed separately. It smells familiar, I'm also almost certain someone in my circle (50+) wears it regularly, but still, there's something refreshingly timeless and exciting about it, as evidenced by the lively discussion here alone. It's definitely a fragrance that's a matter of taste, with a very classic build and a depth and sillage that you have to go for. YESTERYEAR SAME COMPOSITION. Many fragrances over in the years are reformulating. In this case, the essence is kept exactly as in the beginning.

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