First from the left, there's Royall Muske, a 1978 cologne by Royall Lyme Bermuda. Then there's a splash bottle by the English brand Creed. Unfortunately, the name of the fragrance is illegible. On the right, the bottle with red stopper is YSL Pour Homme, created by Raymond Chaillan and launched in 1971.
The first men's perfume by Yves Saint Laurent was Pour Homme, an aromatic scent launched in 1971. Its advertising campaign - the designer posing naked in front of the camera of Jean Loup Sieff - challenged the concept of male nudity in advertising and caused a scandal. The same concept was used by Tom Ford in 2002: the… Continue reading Saint Laurent (2014)