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If you want to read in the future, you have to leaf through the past. André Malraux
This Versace was what you call a milestone in the past. He brought the classic fragrances, e.g. the Versace l`homme or the Armani eau pour homme, had a heavy stand after this. It can also be said that this fragrance has revolutionised marketing in the perfume sector. The campaign with guys more focused on the male sex had something. There one was already very independent and self-confident, if one dared to smear such a fragrance. In the bus that took you to your place of work, you had to tell what you were wearing, not the suit was the origin of the question, but the blue water, which in contrast to Joop homme at that time smelled quite different and fresher. Probably one of the best fragrances, which strangely enough are no longer produced. Bergamot with woods and vanilla was unparalleled at the time. There was no fragrance that was so fresh and yet so sweet. Except maybe the Cool water, which was completely different with a new aquatic touch, which this almost gourmand didn't have. Today, if the memory is still intact, one could bring this verse as a relaunch and it would probably have quite a few supporters.