Comme des Garcons


Eau de Toilette

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Here's what other people are saying about White...
Well isn't this fun? On first blush, it reminds me of Pepsin Chicklets or Beeman's gum that I loved as a kid. Truly enjoyed the modest blast of spices that opened this scent. I ordinarily can't wear cedar, as my skin amps it, but in this instance it stays in its place and adds a charming accent to the shy blossoms that follow the spices.
By   - human resources from denver on 4/26/2016
White was my very first encounter with a CdG scent. I purchased a full bottle of it in a museum store on a whim, and I'm glad I did. I usually dislike spice notes (and White does have them), but there was something so alluringly creative and just a touch offbeat about this scent. I only wear it when I'm painting or composing music; I feel as if I'm wrapped in the arms of a sexy Frenchman in his atelier on a rainy Paris morning, sipping rich, thick cappuccino. Highly recommended!
By   - Artist from New York on 12/8/2015
I love this scent. It's vaguely similar to the original edp, but in a fuller, softer and rounder kind of way. It takes me to a house I don't own, on a beach I don't know, in a country where I've never been. Full of trees and spice the most beautiful lover you've ever known. A bottle of magic
By   - Student from Charleston on 11/5/2010
Hands down my favourite fragrance ever!!! The pomegranite flower notes give it a soft, sparkiing 'white' top note without being feminine. Then you get pleasantly sucked down through the layers of spices until you reach at the bottom an incredible silky creamy and sweetly smoldering bassnote of the cedar, amber and vanilla working together. This scent deserves a nobel prize for perfumery!! Even better than the original CdG eau de parfum.
By   - Student from Salt Lake on 10/22/2010
It makes me a little nauseous, with its mix of strong, antibacterial pomegranate and cinnamon spiciness. The cleanliness is headache inducing. This is the fragrance version of sugarfree, spearmint chewing gum and fresh cigarette ash.
By   - Femme Fatale from Sydney on 6/28/2010
Truly unique and amazing. This cent is somewhat spicy, but not too much so. I was in love at first scent
By   - Writer from DC area on 10/17/2008
Smells like cardamom.
By   - Model from Paris on 8/15/2008
I ordered this scent the other day and I'm very impressed. First of all the bottle is very cool. Mine came in a vacuum sealed plastic pouch which was then inside of the box. The fragrance itself is pretty cool. It starts out kind of light and rosy right when its sprayed, but after a couple minutes it develops a really nice scent. Close up there is a strong clove and spice smell, but overall if you're just walking along you catch the floral notes and it works really good together. I wouldn't say it's specifically for men or for women, but no matter what on either gender it works very well. Definitely will use this for a while...
By   - from New York on 6/17/2008
For those who disagree with the potency of CdG Parfum this "light" version, CdG White, will do wonderfully. The same medicinal hynotic drug like character of CdG Parfum only - lighter and more apprachable.
By   - art perpetrator from Oklahoma City on 6/14/2008
Just o.k. Nothing special. I was expecting to be wowed by this and I was more like okayed by it. Major clove, variation of the original, and the mens eau de cologne. The bottle is really cool.
By   - hoolagan from Portland on 5/21/2007
My favorite so far of the CdG scents. It has the strong, saturated wood smell of the original CdG perfume (but the original evolved into a feral stink after a few hours - this one just gets softer and deeper.) It reminds me a lot of the aromatic wood in the Metropolitan Museum's Astor Court. It's also one of the best skin scents I've ever tried. Most perfumes just sit on top of the skin and overwhelm one's natural scent - this one blends so well with my skin that it seems like it's actually a part of me. One thing, though - I cannot wear this with light colors or pretty, feminine things - it demands dark, architectural clothing.
By   - Program Associate from Atlanta on 4/26/2007
Not womanly at all. It's hard to discribe, but it defintely smells more for a man. No loud rose note like the original
By   - from Rock Hill, SC on 3/11/2007
White is anything BUT. Spicy Clove is all I smell. Definitely not what I was looking for, but a nice spicy scent for those who like that type.
By   - Caregiver from Bethlehem, PA on 12/15/2006
I tried a sample of this, but it doesn't work for me. I smell like licorice! It also doesn't last at all (a good thing in this case). I can see why some people like it, it's just not for me. I much prefer Monyette Paris. Glad I tried this though.
By   - pr from new york on 11/29/2006
it reminds me of liquid, milky substance and bjork songs... a kiss, saliva, medicine, white, foggy morning at the seaside. it is very, very erotic, delicate... sexual scent, woooof!
By   - lighting designer on 11/21/2006
I love this scent. I detect cinnamon and cloves, but the floral notes prevent it from smelling like a spice rack. It sits close to my skin and I can use it for work and play. This makes me feel very clean, artistic and grown-up, but not too serious. Others around me detect a slight licorice note. This is my favorite CdG scent. My only complaint is the lack of staying power.
By  on 10/10/2006
As good as all scents of CdG, but this is still my favourite.
By   - fashion designer from munich, germany on 8/26/2006
I really wanted to like this fragrance but I ended up smelling like a clove. It's not really unpleasant - and other people like it - but it's not for me.
By   - Production Manager from Santa Barbara on 8/3/2006
I really wanted to like this fragrance but I ended up smeilling like a clove. It's not really unpleasant - and other people like it - but it's not for me.
By   - Production Manager from Santa Barbara on 8/3/2006
This scent reminds me of a grandpa that you love and when he hugs you it leaves a comforting smell on your clothes. Its a good smell, but to me it smells like a scent for an older man even though it smells up to date. I smell lots of cinnamon, it's so fresh that when you smell it, it leaves that cool tingle feeling in your throat and nose, kind of like mint.
By   - stay home mom 26 on 8/1/2006
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