Some iconic perfumes of the 90s you can still wear today

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Some iconic perfumes of the 90s you can still wear toda

 

1. CK One by Calvin Klein

 

This unisex summer fragrance that traversed nearly three decades since its launch in 1994 with aplomb. The pineapple, Mandarin orange, freesia and oakmoss scent is equally great in a summer of bikini tik-toks as it was in the era of neon board shorts and caipirinhas.

 

2. Fahrenheit by Dior

 

Released at the end of the ‘80s, this gradient bottle became a dresser staple in the decade that followed. The leather and tonka base notes work equally well with the accords of bergamot, hawthorn and nutmeg as they did 34 years ago.

 

3. L’eau D’Issey Pour Homme by Issey Miyake

 

This Woody Aquatic will never go out of style. The brand’s signature fragrance was developed by Jacques Cavallier (the nose behind Yves Saint Laurent Cinema and Jean Paul Gaultier Classique, amongst a zillion others) and has maintained its cult following unwaveringly since its release in ‘94.

 

4. Tommy by Tommy Hilfiger

 

Created by Annie Buzantian and legendary nose Alberto Morillas, this fragrance has never gone out of style. The 1995 edit is an explosion of mint, bergamot, lavender; Granny Smith apple, cotton flower, and cactus that makes it refreshingly distinct even decades past it first coming into being.