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Men’s Wear

The clothes may make the man but his scent wardrobe is equally important when it comes to making an impression.

Clockwise, from left: Giorgio Armani Attitude, Kiton Black, Gucci Pour Homme II, Lancome Hypnose Homme, David Beckham Instinct. Middle: Kenneth Cole R.S.V.P.

Clockwise, from left: Giorgio Armani Attitude, Kiton Black, Gucci Pour Homme II, Lancome Hypnose Homme, David Beckham Instinct. Middle: Kenneth Cole R.S.V.P.

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1. Giorgio Armani Attitude An Art Deco bottle with a chic flip top, reminiscent of a Zippo lighter, makes
this lemon, cardamom and cedar fragrance stand out from the crowd. ($55; Macy’s, Saks)

 

2. Kiton Black From the hallmark house of bespoke tailoring comes this bergamot, lemon, violet and vetiver creation. ($85; Bloomingdale’s, Kiton)

 

3. Gucci Pour Homme II The hefty bottle alone makes this bergamot, pimento and tobacco leaf fragrance worth the splurge. ($65; Bergdorf Goodman, Lord & Taylor, Saks)

 

4. Kenneth Cole R.S.V.P. This intriguing lavender, iris and sandalwood concoction brings rocker Jon Bon Jovi to the fragrance party as the face of Cole’s newest scent. ($59.50; Macy’s, Sephora, kennethcole.com)

 

5. David Beckham Instinct Soccer’s reigning hottie and poster boy for hair gel introduces his first stab at the world of scent with this bergamot, grapefruit, cardamom and vetiver fragrance.
($50; drugstores)

 

6. Lancôme Hypnôse Homme The companion scent to last year’s Hypnôse for women, this lavender- and amber-based fragrance boasts brooding specimen of manliness Clive Owen as its spokesman. ($45; Lancôme counters)