Wonderwood

Eau de Parfum

by Comme des Garcons

Femme
  Unisex
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The Scoop

After several collaborative projects, Comme des Garçons launches a purely Comme des Garçons scent – “A positive overdose of woods, woody notes and synthetic wood constructions (Wood gone mad).” And it has.

Wood, of course, has been part of the Comme des Garçons Parfums DNA from the outset, and here perfumer Antoine Lie has pulled out all the stops: this is all wood, just like it says on the bottle, the notes melding through the common smokiness of incense, guaiac, sandalwood, vetiver and oud with a hint of musty patchouli, dried out by cypress and cedar, wrapped in the powdery, velvety muskiness of Cashmeran.

This sensuous ode to woodiness, translated into an eerie gorgeous visual rhapsody by the Quay Brothers, may just be the most quintessentially CdG fragrance since its first, groundbreaking offering by Mark Buxton in 1994, Comme des Garçons Eau de Parfum. It is wood made liquid and smoke and take our word, like the man “who loved woods more than any words could say” in the video, you'll want to drown in it. Wonder indeed.

Wonderwood  Notes

Madagascan pepper, bergamot, Somalian incense, nutmeg, Cristalon, Cashmeran, guaiac wood, cedarwood, caraway seeds, Javanol, sandalwood, vetiver, oud

Wonderwood Sizes Available
50ml $103
100ml $131
0.7ml
0.7ml Sample $4
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Here's what other people are saying about Wonderwood...
When first applied, this smelled like turquoise dandruff shampoo and I was really disappointed. After about 20 minutes, the wood showed up for me, but it kept switching back and forth between wood and dandruff shampoo. When it smells like wood it is really lovely, but...
By   - student from Cincinnati on 4/8/2016
Great scent! Dry, woody fragrance with a sweet twinge after dry down. If you like wood fragrances, get this
By   - from San Francisco on 1/4/2013
I really do love this scent! It's woody with a hint of smooth sweetness that really anyone could wear, man or woman! One of my new faves.
By   - Student from Chicago on 1/3/2013
Such a clean smell, yet can be so warming. A lot more versatile then I first thought. Wood - Simple idea, great fragrance
By   - from Perth on 9/24/2012
This smells like a polished wood cabinet fell on you...and is just as subtle. It's also too sharp and I get a metallic note too. If you want woody, I prefer Diptyque's Tam Dao.
By   - from Melbourne, Australia on 6/26/2012
I purchased this fragrance in bulk and flooded my neighborhood in it. A couple of people drowned but thanks to me West Hollywood smells exactly like the great redwood forest. Just doing my part to beautify the city of Los Angeles.
By   - King of Pop from Los Angeles on 2/2/2012
The first half hour was okay, but then it became very similar to CDG Man 2.
By   - Sales from Austin on 10/20/2011
Love it! After CdG 2 Man, this is my favorite fragrance. It's wood on steroids! At first, I was worried that I was going to smell like a hamster's cage all day, but WW dries down to a woody, piney, cedary fragrance with, what my nose detects as, floral notes.
By   - from The Brew on 9/12/2011
I have been looking for a sandalwood smell that really smells like sandal-WOOD (the mysore kind), because it's a favourite and I feel so at home with that smell. This has a nice touch of pepper and other stuff that just enhances it and makes it unique but on me the sandalwood dominates and that's just what I want. I first tried it on paper and it appeared a bit too masculine, but on my skin it is not masculine at all, it's just mine. Wonderful.
By   - Artist from Sweden on 4/28/2011
Yikes, smells like essential rosewood oil right out of the bottle. Maybe its my male chemistry but this is headache inducing on me.
By  on 4/23/2011
This smells divine on me. I keep catching scent trails and falling in love all over again. I've smelled a few CdG scents in men's stores and was "meh" on them. I'm starting to see what all the fuss is about with this line, and I'll probably spring for the full bottle.
By   - from Austin on 2/26/2011
Sandal predominates this gentle, wonderful scent. A bit on the plain side, won't knock you socks off, but pleasing and comfortable.
By   - web designer from new haven on 11/9/2010
Surprisingly sweet, though with a nice radiance to it. I just pulled out a carved sandalwood compact a friend brought me from India years ago, and they smell identical to me. With genuine sandalwood hard to come by these days, CdG/Lie may have created an ideal replacement scent.
By   - Librarian from Bay Area on 11/8/2010
I really like it, but it was much more gentle and easy to come to terms with than I expected. I was expecting to get hit over the head with a blast of aromatic woods. But not the case. I was a little disappointed that it wasn't more wild, but it is lovely elegant, and wonderfully gender neutral nonetheless.
By   - Student from Salt Lake on 10/20/2010
While I'd have to disagree with the previous reviewer here, this is a pretty boring scent. And the comparison to Black Afgano is beyond me. . not even close. This is a very wearable scent, for everyday occasions, but not something I'd want to wear to something special (although it could work there too. . )
By   - Student from Charleston on 10/19/2010
Has got to be one of the worst fragrances I've ever tried. Very strong and offensive.
By  on 10/11/2010
A gorgeous woods, it is nearly a dupe of Satellite's Padparaschka, only better. For me and my skin this one is a long lasting winner, and definitely full bottle worthy. Just because I love it does not mean you will, so sample first.
By   - AV Tech from L.A. on 7/2/2010
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