BLEND IT LIKE BECK­HAM

DAVID BECK­HAM HAS A KNACK FOR PUTTING HIS NAME TO MASS-MAR­KET SCENTS THAT HOLD THEIR OWN IN MORE RAR­EFIED COM­PANY. TO CEL­E­BRATE THE RE­LEASE OF HIS LAT­EST, ‘BE­YOND FOR­EVER’ – $49 (90ml) – WE PICK THREE MORE FRA­GRANCE GOALS HE’S KICKED.

GQ (Australia) - - THE FRAGRANCE SPECIAL -

‘In­ti­mately Beck­ham’ Men (2006)

The name on the bot­tle a bit so-so, what was in was any­thing but. In jus sec­ond out­ing (after 20 ‘In­stinct’), he mixed thi up with an un­usual trio mid notes (vi­o­let, nutm and star anise), neatly book­ended by tops of ac­ces­si­ble cit­rus and a base of san­dal­wood. He shoots. He scores.

‘Homme’ (2011)

Becks had been in the s game for six years whe came out and it showed It wasn’t for ev­ery­body though it pushed a will­ing­ness to play wit slightly left of cen­tre in­gre­di­ents such as rosemary, ma­hogany a the un­fairly ma­ligned m

‘Classic’ (2013)

It’s al­ways a risk when you name a new pro­duc ‘Classic’, but the gin an tonic, lime and green gal­banum notes ac­tual war­ranted the ti­tle. An he could have charged triple for this.

WHAT WOMEN WA N T A THIRD OF MALE SCENTS ARE BOUGHT (AND WORN) BY WOMEN.

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