And then there’s the Marc Jacobs–besuited hipster lawyer—odd man out not just in this bar, but in this neighborhood—who informs us he wears Dior Homme and the ultraniche, super-expensive Frédéric Malle Iris Poudre. “I tend to like the male equivalent of a powdery aldehyde,” he informs us. Righto.
Let’s be honest: It’s a little off-putting when a man’s fragrance lexicon is that developed.
— From Elle magazine, where they think men should wear fragrance, they just shouldn't be too well-informed on the subject. Read more at Men's Fragrance: Colognes to Suit Every Style.