Homme is Vince Camuto’s second fragrance for men. Released in 2004, it comes in a handsome navy blue bottle that has the house’s seal take away the attention from the rest. The eau de toilette is created by perfumer Steve Demercado who was inspired by the Mediterranean and had in mind a refreshing and luminous scent. It was initially sold in 50 and 100 ml bottles and served as one of the counterparts for the women’s fragrance line, Femme.
Homme by Vince Camuto Review
For a scent that creates a strong initial impression through its striking flacon, the Homme by Vince Camuto fails to follow it up with an equally remarkable smell. It is clean, but the synthetic that wafts is hard to ignore. It is an intimate scent that makes it a safe choice for, say, the office, but then it is a little too bland. Performance-wise, Homme also does little to impress. It sounds nice on paper, with notes of juniper berries, lemon, lavender, cedar, birch and musk, but the last three are hardly discernible.
Aquatic cologne that is safe to wear in the office
Ideal scent for the summer
Performance is subpar
Scent is trendy, smells just like many other scents without the kick
Synthetic parts of notes emerges
Musk fails to feel comforting