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Back in September 2014 the house of Carven had announced the re-launch of the house’s two Menswear fragrances; Pour Homme and Carven Vetiver. Giving the perfume collection a touch-up on French chic, elegance and of course not forgetting the sophistication. The revamped editions are packaged in clean and elegant lacquered flacons in black and green shades, with metal caps in silver colour. The flacon designer is commissioned by Parisian designer, Thierry de Bashmakoff. Both fragrances represent a part of the tradition and heritage of the Carven brand and are created in strong contemporary style.

My Favoruite fragrance out of the two if I have to honest is Vetiver (Pictured). With a composition that has been announced as citrusy-aromatic-woody and it opens with an explosion of luminous citruses—grapefruit, bergamot and lemongrass. The heart note adds lavender sweetened with orange zest and aromatic-tart geranium, on a base of a sensual blend of benzoin, sandalwood and cedar mixed with a large dose of vetiver – et voilà!

Unfortunately, my photograph can’t express the alluring aromas that the two fragrances have. Shrouded, with a strong veil of sublime elegance and masculine sophistication, so I invite you to discover the Carven fragrances yourself by visiting a Selfridges store right away! The Fragrances will be launching exclusively in Selfridges London from February 5th. Who knows, maybe these Carven fragrances will be exactly the smell that suits your personality best? Go on… Try them…

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Cameron Tewson is the editor and founder of The online media outlet which launched in 2012 was designed to share his thoughts and observations within the fashion & luxury industry. Rising through the ranks. Since leaving school at the tender age of 16, Cameron has consulted for leading global organisations and has been named one of the 7th top influencers to follow as well as a 30 under 30 rising star in the UK. He can be found instagramming at @camerontewson View all posts by Cameron Tewson →