2017 was a standout year for new scents. And while we always get excited about a fragrance launch, this particular array of newcomers has captured our attention. There has been a flurry of aftershaves this past year, bolstering the choice for fashionable men everywhere. But, ladies can still find some lovely picks to pep up their own collections. To find out which could be your new signature scent, read on.
Aftershaves for the day There really is something for all ages and every personality in this new selection. Youthful, energetic types will love Paco Rabanne Pure XS for its sexiness, vitality and magnetism. BOSS BOTTLED. TONIC is refined, sophisticated and pure, perfect for those days when you need to impress. For something a little different, check out Issey Miyake L'Eau Majeure, a scent inspired by the power and movement of water.
Aftershaves by night It's always good to have a different fragrance for night and day. Not only does it allow you to play around with your style, it also defines work from play. New age masculine fragrances like Givenchy Gentleman, with its woody-floral balance, and YSL Y, with fresh, punchy cedar and bergamot are ideal for young, forward-thinking men.
Perfumes Ladies looking to try something new won't be disappointed either. 2017 brought us a gorgeously indulgent range of new perfumes from the best designers. Elie Saab's Girl of Now is romantically floral, and Marc Jacobs Decadence now comes in an EDT, if you want a lighter, easy-to-wear option. For party nights out, there's the new feminine and sensual Jean Paul Gaultier Scandal.
Scents for him and her For something a little spicier and traditional, take a look at Emporio Armani Stronger With you, with its pink pepper and cardamom tones. To complement Emporio Armani's Stronger With You, there's the fun, sparkling and sexy Because It's You perfume. Calvin Klein livened things up with the release of Obsessed his and hers in 2017 too. Reinventing the classic Obsession scent, Obsessed For Men and For Women play with typically male and female notes, for a beautiful blurring of gender lines.