Eau De Grey Flannel by Geoffrey Beene, Eau de Grey Flannel is a men’s woody cologne with woody, aromatic, fresh spicy, and citrus main accords.
Released in 1997, this fragrance opens with head notes of cypress, lemon, mandarin orange, cedar, star anise, and caraway. Heart notes of lavender, eucalyptus, clary sage, and patchouli follow, with base notes of vetiver, sandalwood, and musk at the close. The sillage is soft while the longevity is weak, which makes this scent appropriate for spring and summer day wear.
Geoffrey Beene started his eponymous fashion brand in 1963. Based in New York City, the company attracted local visitors to his Garment District showroom on Seventh Avenue. One of the designs was featured on the cover of Vogue magazine a year later, and the client base grew to include former First Ladies of the United States and actresses. The first fragrance for the brand was launched in 1975, with Elizabeth Arden currently holding the fragrance license.