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.
‘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.
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
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.