Jul 20, 2020
One of the most striking trends in the fashion, technology or decoration industry is the retro or vintage styleWell, it is no surprise to anyone that those years that have passed, like the 60s, are back again.
Nostalgia is an important trigger for emotions and memories, that is why today we will talk to you of the most popular colonies of the 80s and 90s. You will relive your best years!
The best colognes of the 80s and 90s for women
One of the most popular markets for a perfume is undoubtedly that of women’s fragrances, as women consider perfume as an essential item in any type of outfit. That is why we will begin by reliving the feminine scent of the 80s and 90s.
Paris by Yves Saint Laurent (DIVAIN-084)
YSL is one of the most important fashion brands in the world, that is why we are not surprised to find its famous perfume Paris by Yves Saint Laurent on this list. Feminine and romantic, like the city of love, the smell of this eau de toilette reminds us of flowers like roses and violets.
Trésor of Lancôme (DIVAIN-082)
Penelope Cruz, Kate Winslet or Juliette Binoche were the face of this famous fragrance from the perfume and cosmetics house of French luxury. Trésor of Lancôme struck a perfect balance between a sober and elegant fragrance with sensual notes that evoked the side more feminine and daring Women’s.
Acqua di Parma by Acqua di Parma – Unisex (DIVAIN-276)
Although this colony arose at the beginning of the twentieth century, the complexity of the fragrance with sumptuous, elegant and exotic notes made its popularity last throughout the years. What’s more, Acqua di Parma has the backing of Carlo Magnani, a very important Italian baron during the last century.
The most famous 80s and 90s colognes for men
Used for special occasions or as an after shave, the men’s fragrances they also marked the time of the 80s and 90s becoming an icon of manhood and beauty, as well as sensuality. We are confident that the following brands will relive many memories.
Hugo by Hugo Boss (DIVAIN-020)
One of the brands that every man knows and that without a doubt he should use. Known as the brand’s masterpiece, Hugo by Hugo Boss marked the time of the 90s, being considered as a symbol of the attractive, muscular and manly man.
Le Mâle by Jean Paul Gaultier
As its name implies, this masculine perfume was an ode to the strong manly man. The creator of this fragrance is Jean Paul Gaultier, who combined scents from a man’s routine like essences from barber shops, citrus and woods.
Eau d’Hermès by Hermes
Finally, we close this list with another timeless fragrance. It is Eau d’Hermès, a fragrance from the French house Hermés created in 1951 by Edmond Roudnitska. Its smell of traditional cologne, but with luxury and sophistication made it an icon of man avant-garde and cosmopolitan.
Written by Estefania Fuente