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HERMES MENS COLOGNE OVERVIEW

Hermès is a French high fashion luxury goods brand that was established during 1837. They specialize in leather items, lifestyle accessories, furniture, fragrances, jewellery, watches and apparel. Thierry Hermès is the founder and was born in Krefeld, Germany to a French father and German mother. Originally Thierry established the business to create harnesses for European noblemen. He took advantage of the booming carriage trade by producing wrought bridles and high-quality harnesses. Today the brand is known for luxury and impeccable quality which is why we are going to give you an overview of Hermes men’s cologne. If you’re interested in improving your image, then you need to get one of these bottles on your drawer.

Hermes Terre D’Hermes – Pure Perfume.
“Feeling the earth, lying on the ground, gazing at the sky.” – Jean-Claude Ellena. Terre d’Hermes is a symbolic narrative revolving around a raw material and its metamorphosis. A novel that expresses the alchemical power of the elements. A water somewhere between the earth and the sky. A journey imbued with strength and poetry. Woody, vegetal, mineral. The perfume, an essential density that brings out the woody, mineral facets.

Hermes Eau D’Hermes – Eau De Toilette.
“The original fragrance. The ultimate refinement. A supple leather mingling with spices and woods.” – Jean-Claude Ellena. Conceived by Edmond Roudnitska in 1951 on the basis of a citrus, spicy, floral theme, Eau d’Hermes is the first perfume of the house. It draws its inspiration from the idea of a magical smell, full of sensuality.

Hermes Rocabar – Eau De Toilette.
“A fragrance for wanderers drawn to wide-open spaces.” – Jean-Claude Ellena. A contraction of “rug” and the French words “a barres” meaning striped, this men’s novel takes its inspiration from traditional horse rugs made in the Hermes workshops, with blue and red stripes on a saffron background. From the hand of Gilles Romey in 1998, Rocabar reveals its most powerful facets in tones of wood, balms and resins.

Hermes Eau De Mandarine Ambree – Eau De Cologne.
“I can think of no smell more joyful than mandarin, more mellow than amber.” – Jean-Claude Ellena. Reinventing its classic connections with citrus fruits and freshness, Eau de Mandarine Ambree brings a vitality to cologne that is as mischievous as it is gentle. Intrinsically cheerful mandarin is combined with sparkling passion fruit which is itself revealed by the mellowness of amber. A novella that expresses a lively, shimmering, smooth scent. Pair this one with an Italian suit and some RayBan sunglasses for the epitome of class!

Hermes Bel Ami – Eau De Toilette.
“A remarkable and assertive writing style. Incontrovertible notes of dominating yet distinguished leather.” – Jean-Claude Ellena. Referring to Guy de Maupassant’s eponymous novel, Bel Ami celebrates leather in its most authentic expression. This chypre fragrance, conceived by Jean-Louis Sieuzac in 1986, interprets the raw material with opulence and character. An intrigue, almost a detective novel.