Thyme, Carnation, Rose, Geranium, Muguet, Jasmine.
Patchouli, Oakmoss, Leather, Amber, Musk, Cedar.
Chevignon Brand was released in 1992 and inevitably compared to Polo Crest. I'll avoid that debate and concentrate on telling you about Chevignon.
It was only a few years ago that I recall someone informing me that Bogart was behind this fragrance. That was enlightening, but I can't say that Chevignon is a volume monster like numerous Bogart creations. It's plenty strong, but it's not like some of his notables.
Chevignon opens with a blast of citrus that is green at its core. It's a heavy rendition, but not smothering. In truth, it
The floral heart of Chevignon is blurred and I chalk this up to tuning. It's simply not vocal enough and is easily overtaken by the oncoming mossy leather. Make no mistake, it's still an overall nice fragrance, but the heart needs to be raised a hair. Its donation is wispy and unfocused.
The base accord of Chevignon is a very comfortable wear. None of the listed notes dominate and the result is a team effort. The leather ( on me ) comes to the fore, but is complimented by moss, earthy tones and a smidgeon of sensual amber.
I like this fragrance, but recommend a sample wear if possible. Although discontinued, Chevignon Brand can still be periodically found for very economical prices if one is patient.
Thumbs up from Aromi for Bogart on his best behavior and his Chevignon.