Summary: I am a male and I first discovered Moschino back in the 1990's - I have used it ever since and I use it daily, no exceptions. You might wonder why a man wears what is in essence a ladies parfume, well it's because of all the reasons I've listed in this review. My lady friends and partners express how much they love smelling it on me when mixed with the masculine odour including my kids who identify it as "Daddy's Smell" : -) My work colleages secretly enjoy it also and...
Pros: Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Long-Lasting, Not Overpowering, Sensual, Sexy
Summary: I'm going back to Moschino. I loved it then and I still do. I cannot find anything on today's market that even comes close. It has staying power too. Not like what they are making today. There is a fine art to combining scents for perfume. It requires a great talent and that is evident with Moschino. It's a perfect balance. I think it's one of the most underated fragrances ever.
Pros: Great Smell, Not Overpowering, Sensual, Sexy
Excerpt: In a naughty, teasing way, the scent is ulterior reviving and optimistic, lingering around for longest time with gay abandon. I love the way it blends together with the natural chemistry of my skin, but since I bought few pieces as Valentine’s Day present, I have to think over which of my friends or relatives will fit.
Summary: For years now I have been passing this fragrance by on the stores, I never had any curiosity to try it, though I really love Moschino as a house and I really respect them for their unpretentious, simple and quality creations. So come months earlier I suddenly got my hands in small of bottle of this classic 80's scent, and oh what a pleasant surprise!