Comme des Garcons: Clash

Radish x Vetiver

Eau de Parfum

Femme
  Unisex
Masc
Radish x Vetiver Sizes Available:
30ml $65
0.7ml
0.7ml sample $4
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Reviews
Here's what other people are saying about Radish x Vetiver...
Pluck a radish from the ground. Rub it on your wrist. Add some vetiver essential oil. Et voila! Maybe the oddest fragrance I've ever sniffed, and I've sniffed some odd ones (hello spikenard!). But oddly, oddly intriguing. Oh, and the radish smells like it just came out of the ground. Meaning there's some dirt to this too. I just have a sample, but I might have to dive into a larger bottle of this clash.
By   - Dissertation Editor from Phoenix on 8/21/2020
After the clash comes the acrid outburst of crisp sparks that provoke an unforgettable twinkling embrace.Nathalie Gracia-Cetto sends you flying to the moon. One of a kind. One of their best. This earthbound essence provides all the refinement CdG is capable of creating and becomes a second nature. Bravo!
By   - poetry from mexico on 12/5/2019
clash raddishXvetiver is a unique scent which makes is captivating, fresh and with a sparkle in it, but unfortunately lasts only but a few minutes. What a shame.Five stars for the smell. Two for the village-
By   - literature from montreal on 11/11/2019
All hail a new entry to the Catalog of Glorious Weirdos. Even for those of us who love a good snacky radish, that occasion filling-station can be a tough customer. Here, CdG’s using it brilliantly to add snap and brightness to vetiver’s dowdier Dad’s-aftershave aspects. (Hey CdG! Now do oakmoss!) The point of connection is of course the shared greenness of the two dominant notes, making this composition the scent of a summer garden on a planet far, far away. Exciting stuff.
By   - editor from Seattle on 10/28/2019
All hail a new entry to the Catalog of Glorious Weirdos. Even for those of us who love a good snacky radish, that occasional filling-station note can be a tough customer. Here, CdG’s using it brilliantly to add snap and brightness to vetiver’s dowdier Dad’s-aftershave aspects. (Hey CdG! Now do oakmoss!) The point of connection is of course the shared greenness of the two dominant notes, making this composition the scent of a summer garden on a planet far, far away. Exciting stuff.
By   - editor from Seattle on 10/28/2019
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