The Male, Jean-Paul Gaultier bestseller

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The Male, Jean-Paul Gaultier bestseller
The Male, Jean-Paul Gaultier bestseller

Le Mâle by Jean-Paul Gaultier is undoubtedly one of the most famous essences in the world of men’s perfumery. The latter was designed in 1995 and time has no impact on its scent. Indeed, the fans of his early days are still present and The Male seems forever timeless. Its smell is authentic and traditional, while having a touch of playfulness so dear to its creator otherwise nicknamed “the enfant terrible of fashion”. It is a perfect association between daring and tenderness. It is then impossible to resist its charm.

The story of Jean-Paul Gaultier’s cult fragrance

It all started in July 1994. Indeed, it was in that year that Francis Kurkdjian completed his 3rd cycle at the Higher School of Marketing and Luxury. During the graduation ceremony, he was presented to Chantal Ross, President of Beauté Prestige International. The latter must then have made a strong impression since he was summoned a week later to the company avenue Matignon, in Paris. She then questioned the young talent on his aspirations and listened to his presentation on his conception of the profession. At the end of this speech, she handed him a pouch. This was Jean-Paul Gauthier’s brief for the launch of his first men’s fragrance. In addition, it was a cover that would determine the future of his career. It contained in particular the universe of the creator as well as some memories relating to his childhood. One of the only guidelines was to create a scent that was different from the trendy essences. Francis Kurkdjian therefore opted for simple, authentic and sincere agreements. Also, the image of the corset maker mixed with the barber made its appearance very quickly. He saw a man immersed in the world of yesteryear, in a hairdressing salon smelling of shaving soap. He worked this scent on the basis of a revisited lavender and offered three variations to Jean-Paul Gaultier. The creator then chooses the version called “New Beat”. After some slight modifications, it was presented in perfumery under its current name. We are in 1995 and Le Mâle has just come to life. the image of the corset maker mingled with the barber quickly appeared. He saw a man immersed in the world of yesteryear, in a hairdressing salon smelling of shaving soap. He worked this scent on the basis of a revisited lavender and offered three variations to Jean-Paul Gaultier. The creator then chooses the version called “New Beat”. After some slight modifications, it was presented in perfumery under its current name. We are in 1995 and Le Mâle has just come to life. the image of the corset maker mingled with the barber quickly appeared. He saw a man immersed in the world of yesteryear, in a hairdressing salon smelling of shaving soap. He worked this scent on the basis of a revisited lavender and offered three variations to Jean-Paul Gaultier. The creator then chooses the version called “New Beat”. After some slight modifications, it was presented in perfumery under its current name. We are in 1995 and Le Mâle has just come to life. The creator then chooses the version called “New Beat”. After some slight modifications, it was presented in perfumery under its current name. We are in 1995 and Le Mâle has just come to life. The creator then chooses the version called “New Beat”. After some slight modifications, it was presented in perfumery under its current name. We are in 1995 and Le Mâle has just come to life.

Le Mâle, an aromatic fragrance contained in a sailor’s bust

The Male is a very fresh fragrance, striking from the first scent. It immediately evokes memories of the past. Some smell like a barber shop while others opt for a mint diabolo. Indeed, mint is present and combines with bergamot. This mixture is dazzling and particularly energizing. Then, the orange blossom illuminates the whole. However, it is lavender that is the star of this fragrance. It has been the symbol of masculine elegance for decades. However, it is, for the occasion, worked differently. It is juxtaposed with spicier tones of cardamom, cinnamon, cumin and mugwort. The Male, meanwhile, is both virile and sensual. It blends sandalwood, cedar, musk, tonka bean and vanilla. Everything is perfectly structured and its tenacity over time is surprising. However, gasoline is not the only daring element. Indeed, the bottle of the Male did not fail to stand out. It is a bust of turquoise glass decorated with a striped sweater, so dear to Jean-Paul Gaultier. Simplicity is present, almost as much as its elegance. However, Jean-Paul Gauthier did not fail to add a touch of humor to it and the Male’s case is nothing but a tin can. Definitely, this creator lacking nothing of self-mockery! However, Jean-Paul Gauthier did not fail to add a touch of humor to it and the Male’s case is nothing but a tin can. Definitely, this creator lacking nothing of self-mockery! However, Jean-Paul Gauthier did not fail to add a touch of humor to it and the Male’s case is nothing but a tin can. Definitely, this creator lacking nothing of self-mockery!

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