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Bottling the perfumes by hand at Henry Jacques.

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HERMÈSSENCE.

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LES EXCLUSIFS BOY CHANEL.

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HENRY JACQUES.

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ACQUA DI PARMA.

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BYREDO.

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Real men like perfume. Gender-neutral scents pave the way for a growing number of male fragrance collectors and connoisseurs
Apr 27, 2018 5:50 AM

WHEN PERFUME WAS FIRST DISCOVERED in Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia and Cyprus, none of the pharaohs distinguished between his 'n hers scents. Certainly not Tutankhamun - possibly one of the earliest known male perfume collectors - who was said to be partial to the scent of spikenard, an exotic

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