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Gender specific scents are so last year. Here are the best androgynous scents, for you and your partner (if you're willing to share.)
If getting lost in a manly spicy haze isn't quite your thing, you might want to try this fresher fragrance out for size. This invigorating aroma for women and men, moisturises, firms and tones with essential oils of Lemon, Patchouli, Petit Grain, Ginseng and White Tea.
CK One was the first fragrance to be marketed for both men and women and it's always been the hero fragrance for him and for her. Naturally, it's the citrus smell that tends to be worn by both sexes.
Ambre Imperial is the new fragrance by Van Cleef & Arpels for men and women. It has oriental spicy notes reminiscent of the Middle East and burning incense.
Wood Mystique was the first unisex smell by Estée Lauder with a rose infusion that imparts the earthy, primal elements of the fragrance.
It's hard not to get lost in the majestic woody allure. In a modern world where women are borrowing from the boys, this fragrance is ike a boyfriend blazer on bare skin but the masculine eaux won't dilute your sex appeal.
L’Ile au Thé is an infusion of well-being, designed to be shared. Inspired by the beauty of the Jeju volcanic island on the coast of South Korea, the fragrance contains an explosion of citrus and tea leaves. Spray for a dose of comfort.
If it were possible to bottle that subtle earthy scent that permeates the air after a rainstorm, this would be it—the light, floral blend is perfect for men and women who want to feel freshness in a simple way. Modern yet still sophisticated.
What do Audrey Hepburn, Ashley Judd and Cary Grant have in common? They are all fans of the classic Colonia, which in 2016, will have has around for 100 years. This timeless fragrance boasts Silician notes with a blend of fresh floral and citrus-y smells as well as woody essences.
Most of Serge Lutens’ fifty fragrances are considered ‘shared’ (what a nice way of saying unisex), but La vierge de fer (the Iron Maiden) offers something quite different in this mix. Inspired by Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, the bottle holds a collection of simultaneous scents that shouldn't work, but do.
We're big fans of Jo Malone's whole range but her unisex offerings might just win. Featuring bright notes of peppery basil, aromatic white thyme and unexpected twists of Caribbean limes, it's like a zesty cologne cocktail.