|A Transgender Actress and YouTuber|
|A Candie's Shoe Ad from the 1990s|
"Chanel could put this in a bottle and charge $250 for it, people wouldn't doubt them or complain. It's a very fresh blue scent. To me it smells like a mix of Bleu de Chanel and YSL L'homme Cologne Bleue, for a more mature consumer (35+).
Another says with considerably less aplomb:
"I can see why it's unliked, but I like it. It has a resemblance to Joop Go or Jump . . can't recall which one.
And yet another dismisses the "hate" with prejudice:
"Well I am a bit confused over here with all these bad reviews, to me this is a straight cross between Bleu de Chanel, Invictus, and Black by Kenneth Cole. It got me many compliments."
Does any of that sound good to you? No? Me neither. Look, I get it. I really do. When designers release generic crap to stopgap their losses on older stuff (in the absence of better stuff), they get what is usually undue shit thrown at them. It's very easy to crap all over inexpensive designer fare. Nearly all of it is forgettable, indistinguishable garbage, so how fair is it to single something out?