Comme des Garcons x Artek


Eau de Toilette

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Here's what other people are saying about Standard...
The very eclectic CDG's take on the modern citrus musk (and a collaboration with design house 'artek') offers two Scandinavian ingredients that are unique to this class of perfumes - Finnish Labrador Tea and Linnaea borealis blossom in addition to the usual notes of ginger, lemon, dill, musk, saffron and cedar. The result is a light radiant beauty which is still very edgy and unique. This is a safe scent that can be easily worn around anyone and by either genders. Sillage and projection like most of the CDGs is moderate. This is yet another winner from the house that is at the cutting edge of modern perfumery art with very eclectic, contemporary, and abstract offerings.
By   - Professor and Perfumer from Charlottesville on 1/28/2019
About a year and a half ago when I was just starting to discover that I was really into fragrances this was the first bottle I bought. I loved it at first but as I started to learn about different notes I realized that this is very synthetic. It smells very good but there's nothing natural about it. It's filled with Iso Super E. Nice fragrance but I don't want to walk around with a synthetic scent. I have very little left of it and will not be buying it again. I'm not sorry I bought it though.
By   - Pastry Chef from NYC on 11/19/2015
I love the smell of fresh plywood in the morning....
By  on 1/29/2010
This is a very light scent, but it lasts for hours. However, for me, the cedar smell was just too overpowering. The ginger and floral notes do help soften it a little.
By   - Graphic Designer from Los Angeles on 11/25/2009
Fantastic scent! Smells like a combination of Fir wood oil and a light subtle incense fragrance such as CdG Kyoto. I got a bottle of this and have not regretted it. It gets better every time I wear it.
By   - from Oklahoma City on 11/23/2009
Pencil shavings, fennel-ginger touch of tuberose and Jalismer. Reminiscent of Jalismer and the tea leaves Green scent, but woodier, starnger, a little foody and one dimensional. It fits in the CdG line really well, but it's perhaps not different enough in the right way from Jalismer--but you get the "wooden chair" they were going for. Decent sillage 4 hours or so.
By   - Xmas Designer on 11/16/2009
I wanted to comment again on this, now that I've been wearing it a few times. I got lots of compliments, often hours after I had applied, so the longevity was very good, and the sillage must be too as people who were 4-5 feet away from me could smell it! This is really good stuff.
By   - from San Diego on 11/10/2009
Another wonderful creation by CDG. They do wood like nobody else. A very diffusive scent with good sillage and longevity. Thanks once again CDG!
By  on 11/10/2009
Its a great fragrance to be sure. However the only thing worse than a bad fragrance is a great fragrance with NO SILLAGE! The longevity is good, but I can't have my nose glued to my wrist every time I want to wear this.
By  on 11/7/2009
Jaisalmer + Incense Extreme = ARTEK/CDG STANDARD EDT
By   - VA/LD on 11/3/2009
incense series no. 7(after hinoki and the others). smells soo much like hinoki. if you can deal with pine/christmas tree smell, then by all means try. i can't.
By  on 11/3/2009
Just ordered a bottle of this after testing it for a couple of days. This is sort of a signature scent kind of fragrance. I love it. Much more wearable than Hinoki. I love the tea note in this in the drydown.
By   - from Memphis on 10/30/2009
Woody subtle and different. Hint of sweet rust. I like.
By  on 10/26/2009
This is really good stuff - reminds me a bit of Jaisalmer, CdG for H&M and Penhaligon's Elixir. Very easy to wear and an excellent addition to the CdG repertoire
By   - from San Diego on 10/25/2009
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