10 Best Selling Colognes 2009
The ten best selling colognes 2009 bear the names of some of fashion's top designers, past and present. But these top fragrances are as unique as their creators' styles and personalities are different. If you are a male looking for that perfect head turning fragrance to add the perfect touch to your changing wardrobe, You might want to consider one of more of the colognes on this list.
- John Varvatos by award winning designer John Varvatos. It has been called a winter cologne that brings countless compliments to its wearer. Coming in at the number one spot, the fragrance boasts scents of tamarind tree leaves, Indian ajowan, auramba and leather essence to name a few.
- HM by designer Hanae Mori. This cologne is noted for its perfect blend of florals, such as jasmine and lavender to go along with its lemon, vanilla and chocolate scents. HM sounds like the perfect spring cologne, but its wearer may want to wear HM anytime, just to reminder him and others of the season.
- L' Eau d' Issey Pour Homme by designer Issey Miyaki. This long lasting cologne is known for its woodsy aroma. It boasts a blend of sandalwood, musk, amber tobacco, clary sage and saffron among others. This fragrance sounds perfect for winter wear, formal or informal.
- Black Code by Giorgio Armani. With scents of bergamot and tonka bean, Black Code has been labeled the cologne for work, play or everyday. With its versatility, it's bound to be bring its wearer attention and complements.
- Aqua Di Gio Pour Homme by Giorgio Armani. Light and fresh, this cologne is perfect for summer. Don't let this cologne's placement fool you, it was the number one seller in the United States in recent years.
- Aqvi Pour Homme. This cologne has been compared to Aqua Di Gio, Farenheit and Kiton, only to be called much better. Aqvi Pour Homme's woodsy scent has been called a winter scent. But that doesn't mean Aqvii Por Homme isn't versatile. This cologne was introduced in 2007.
- Unforgiven by Sean John. Also known for its ability to last all day, this cologne has been called a masculine scent with hints of fruit. Sean John spiced his cologne up with Sicilian lemon, champange, Tuscan basil and rum.
- Clean Men by Dlish. Called the cologne with the name that speaks for itself. Clean Men is a blend of ruby red grapefruit, English lavender, wild raspberry, clove, lime, Olibanum, Patchouli and musk. Clean Men leaves its wearer with that fresh out of the shower smell.
- Hugo by Hugo Boss. With numerous mixed reviews, this cologne has been describe as, you either love it or hate it. Hugo is another woodsy pine fragrance that has been compared to the likes of Versace and Giorgio Armani's Aqua Di Gio.
- Touch Of Men by Burberry. This cologne was the top seller of the summer and has been called intriguing plus unusual. Touch Of Men has a mixture of artemisia, violet leaves, mandarin tree leaves, white pepper, Virginia cedar wood and nutmeg to give it that intrigue and difference which stands out.