Please name the perfume house that hasn't yet launched the unisex scent.

KiatBkk

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Apr 5, 2006
The first house that rises in my mind is Alfred Dunhill. Then, Davidoff.

What can you think of? Let's leave some names.

P.S. I never thought that Ferragamo would release Tuscan Soul. It's a nice fresh frag, almost like some classic ones such as Colonia, although only similar in the opening. And, it's truly unisex.
 
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jenson

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Nov 19, 2007
it's in the nose of the beholder....some tht quickly pop are...Lagerfeld, Chanel, Caron, ST Dupont, Azzaro, Kenzo etc....
 

Royal

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Dec 31, 2008
it's in the nose of the beholder....some tht quickly pop are...Lagerfeld, Chanel, Caron, ST Dupont, Azzaro, Kenzo etc....

Kenzo has released several unisex scents, as well as male scents that work on females, and female scents that work on males. I believe Caron EdC is unisex as well.
 

KiatBkk

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Apr 5, 2006
Kenzo has released several unisex scents, as well as male scents that work on females, and female scents that work on males. I believe Caron EdC is unisex as well.

Kenzo has released Kenzo Vintage Limited Edition as a unisex scent. I just bought it blind and found it similar to Bvlgari Black but much lighter. Caron has unisex scents too. :)
 

petruccijc

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Dec 5, 2007
Dolce & Gabanna

I personally consider Light Blue to be unisex, but it is not marketed that way in the US.
 
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mgrz

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Apr 7, 2008
I'm not positive, but I don't think Thierry Mugler has "launched" a unisex scent yet. I may be wrong...
 

jss

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Dec 28, 2008
Quick answer:
Azzaro
Cerruti
Gucci
Lanvin
Nina Ricci
Paco Rabanne
Yves Raint Laurent
 
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narcus

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Mar 9, 2005
"Unisex" is a new category in perfume history. Most of the French, Italian, German or Spanish designers have one unisex fragrance only, if at all: their own version of the classical Eau (de Cologne). And that had never been classified from the start. You will find that some niche houses do not use the 'unisex' classification either. They often leave it to the customer to decide what is for whom. By no means does that indicate, that they find their perfumes not labeled 'pour homme' or 'pour femme' equally suitable for men and women. It's usually left to the perfume traders to advise the customer which fragrance is for men and/ or women. One or the other niche house has obviously learned from errors caused at that level. Malle, for example, seems to go back to be more gender specific than he has been in the past ten years. The opposite seems to be true for Montale, though :).
 
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MFfan310

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Jun 19, 2004
Quick answer:
Yves Raint Laurent

YSL actually launched Eau Libre, a unisex scent, in the 1970s. It failed miserably and was quickly withdrawn. And some considered Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue to be unisex (in fact, it was marketed that way in some countries) before Light Blue Pour Homme was introduced.

I'll add these houses to the list:
-Issey Miyake (would be cool to see what he would come up with)
-Boucheron
-Zegna (no women's scent yet, either)
-Lacoste
-Vera Wang
-John Varvatos
-Narciso Rodriguez (actually, the only BPI brand that has done a unisex is Jean Paul Gaultier)
 
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