In 1995, the fragrance Le Male revolutionised the world of perfumery by offering a non-conformist view of masculinity
As virile as it is sexy, it pays tribute to a symbolic figure who has long been a source of inspiration for the designer: The Sailor.
A torso-shaped bottle with unashamed masculine attributes. The iconoclastic designer appropriates an everyday object and transforms it into an artistic case: the now-famous metal can.
The power and freshness of mint and lavender evoke the familiar and comforting scent of shaving soap and is transformed by the sensuality of vanilla. This classic fragrance flouts convention and plays it two ways between tradition and audacity, freshness and softness, strength and sensuality. A truly versatile scent perfect for both casual and formal wear.