Robert Piguet has launched Bandit Suprême, a new fragrance. Bandit Suprême is a flanker to 1944's Bandit.
A bold variation on Robert Piguet’s signature Bandit fragrance, Bandit Suprême introduces refreshing notes that encapsulate the meaning of a chypre scent. Called by the label the enfant terrible of its perfume repertoire, it opens with floral notes of galbanum and neroli that give way to orange blossom, jasmine and amber at the heart, finally settling in a perfectly musky base, underpinned with leather and moss.
Robert Piguet Bandit Suprême is available now at Harrods in the UK, £175 for 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
Wow, I’d be really interested in smelling this.
Same, but will be very surprised if it isn’t lighter and cleaner than the original.
I’d be very interested to smell Bandit 2.0 and see what they’ve done.
It’d be fun to compare vintage, current extrait and the new version to see how it reads.
Bandit and Magie Noire are two perfumes that I get so many “gee you smell clean” complements on. I think it’s the galbanum.
I was surprised when I have tried the current Bandit to find it quite polite. Based on the reviews online it had a badass animalic scent profile build in my head. Not sure if I am anosmic to something in it.
Am guessing it used to have real animal derived ingredients and no longer does.
Wait, are they saying the original Bandit isn’t bold enough????
Gotta try this!
Not sure what I think about this development. I like Bandit best in parfum, which seems to be gone from their website.