- Jul 9, 2021
I dabbed a little of each one of these on my wrists, and discovered that OdLRP was quite a bit stronger in projection than the Lagerfeld. Then again, the former seems nuclear in strength. They both seem to last well.Before i posted some pictures of different t Lagerfeld bottles. I think the French ones are indeed the oldest, but there are so many (sub) versions regarding the text on the box, manufacturer, and distributor. As long as you have the Cologne its all good imo, alltough the very earliest are much smoother, and certainly not a perfumebomb. I detect differences in strength, and some topnotes, but in the end the base is mostly the same. Stay away from the Classic, get the Cologne wich is Art imo.
Simultaneously I wear Arrogance pH on my chest. Oh dear!
I found the thread you mention and re-read it, by the way. I wholeheartedly agree with you on this point - vintage bottles are the deal, generally speaking. I couldn't have imagined this a year ago when I first started out with looking for vintages. A sad development, really.