Summary: For me it is the description of "mens Fragrance". How can someone make a fragrance that match to every possible occasion?!? However, like a few reveiws have already mentioned. It is not a very "inviting" scent.
Summary: Sure, it smells decent enough and it's long lasting, but I have to agree with the reviewer below when he stated that this smells exactly like shaving cream.....the .99 cent kind, like Barbasol or Colgate. Regardless of how many notes you claim to smell with your nose planted on your wrist, this frag projects as a shaving cream scent, and that's precisely what others smell on you. I don't understand anyone claiming this very linear fragrance as being complex.
Summary: Hello everyone, The smell of the good guy for me, you can be a dumbass and were PE. A very nice, relaxing, easy-wearing scent. Smell a lot like countryside: florals, aromatic plants, resins everything you can find at the countryside in the springtime. The florals are very light and delicate, and their being freshened by lavender and of course sagibee.
Summary: The smell of corporate cleanliness with an undertone of self sexual awareness and manly confidence is how I would describe this superb fragrance. One of the best office scents when wearing a business casual look. Clean crisp soap and metallic vibes dominate the scent trail. In fact, the metallic note that a lot of people seem to dislike represents the detached but to the point attitude of the scent and the man wearing it.
Summary: Let me share some impressions with you. This is the fragrance which brought me "into the game". I smelled it on a man I met in 2012. We had a nice talk and I asked him: "dude, you smell nice. What's that?" He showed me the bottle and said it's "Egoiste" (evethough the sign on the bottle was saying "Platinum Egoiste"). I went to Sephora and immediately tested it on my skin. Well, it was a let down. Sadly. I started bashing it all over.