Eau De Paco Rabanne Cologne by Paco Rabanne, Released in 2002, Eau De Paco Rabanne is a clean, invigorating men’s scent with fresh, spicy, aromatic and woody accords.
French perfumer Olivier Cresp mingled top notes of orange blossom, bergamot and lemon and paired this citrusy combination with lavender, known for its calming aroma. The middle notes match up woods and vetiver with spicy pepper and herbal basil, while the base notes contain a full cast of sensual elements, including leather, incense, oakmoss, sandalwood, amber and musk. The result is an airy formula that still stays through all-day wear.
This fragrance is another standout for Paco Rabanne, launched in 1966 by the Spanish designer of the same name. The French-born Spaniard received his training in Paris and established a reputation for experimental, innovative approaches in design. Since 1969, the label has released more than 80 scents. The latest includes 2018’s Invictus Aqua, 1 Million Lucky and Lady Million Lucky.