Grey Flannel by Geoffrey Beene is an “Eau de Toilette” for men, with oriental, floral and wood notes. This creation was a revolution in the 70s, as it introduced in its essence, previously exempt creations in masculine floral notes, and was a model for several later perfumers.
This fragrance was created in 1975 by perfumer Andre Fromentin. It was the first fragrance Geoffrey Beene, a prestigious fashion designer of the United States, revolutionary in its field by betting on innovative creations and transgressive at the time, and so he left it shaped in his first creation.
Its olfactory pyramid starts with bergamot and lemon citrus notes and introduces the first galbanum and neroli floral nuances, responsible for creating a soft mattress for a heart and floral completely based mimosa, iris, violet, sage, rose, geranium and narcissus. Finally, its base is created by a magnificent fusion of wood notes that give a touch of sensuality and delicacy.
QUALITY AND LUXURY. This fragrance is aimed at an audience that knows how to appreciate these qualities. Sophistication and class come together to host a sybaritic taste sector.
SAME COMPOSITION AS IN THE PAST. Many fragrances over in the years are reformulating. In this case, the essence is kept exactly as in the beginning.
REFERENCE FRAGANCE. Gray Flannel has been and it is still of the perfumes of reference in the world of perfumery, thanks to its smell and quality of its ingredients. Its base is created by a magnificent fusion of wood notes that give a touch of sensuality and delicacy.