Jean Paul Gaultier by Jean Paul Gaultier, Introduced in 1995, Jean Paul Gaultier is a men’s Oriental fougere cologne with aromatic, fresh spicy, vanilla, warm spicy, and green main accords.
It begins with head notes of mint, lavender, cardamom, bergamot, and artemisia, followed by heart notes of cinnamon, orange blossom, and caraway. Base notes of vanilla, tonka bean, amber, sandalwood, and cedar end this work. Perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, who was with Quest at the time, created this fragrance, which was Gaultier’s first men’s scent. Good for fall and winter evening wear, this cologne has very long-lasting longevity and heavy sillage.
Fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier began his career as an assistant to Pierre Cardin in 1970. He released his first collection in 1976 and became increasingly known for highly creative, ready-to-wear styles based on popular culture and streetwear and well-tailored, formal haute couture. The designer released his first fragrance in 1993, and Puig currently holds the fragrance license.