The design house of Jean Paul Gaultier launched Le Male cologne in 1995. The now-famous and recognizable Jean Paul Gaultier Le Male perfume succeeds in its appeal to a wide range of men thanks to its unique blend of woody undertones with sharp, oriental scents. This sexy, simple scent is now sometimes colloquially known as the “man in a can” due to its unique packaging. No matter what you refer to it as, the Jean Paul Gaultier Le Male cologne is an appealing men’s fragrance that women often find irresistible. This option promises to appeal with just the right amount of intensity and refinement.
Francis Kurkdjian designed this Gaultier perfume to contain a potent mix of top notes, middle notes, and base notes. The top notes will hit immediately, only lasting for the first few minutes after application. Middle notes stay with you for about 60 minutes, and then the base notes are the seductive scents that stay in the air around you for several hours after application. The top notes of this Jean Paul Gaultier cologne for men include fresh mint, bergamot, and lavender. The middle notes are represented by orange blossom, cinnamon, and cumin. In the base notes, you will find cedar, sandalwood, tonka bean, and vanilla to add a sweet warmth. Its spicy notes make this cologne best for winter and night wear.
From the uniform of the masses to the dreamlike fashions showcased in his runway shows, Jean Paul Gaultier remains convinced that fashion will always have a special place in our lives: “It’s about a need for visual recognition, staking a claim.” But the couturier refuses to be defined as either political or provocative. A man of conviction, he sees himself more as a revolutionary, systematically calling into question clichés, standards, codes, conventions and traditions. He turns, shifts and flips them around – even destroys them – in his bid to reinvent them.