The rich fragrance of Jean Paul Gaultier Le Male Eau De Toilette reflects man’s complex nature. A unique blend of contrasting scents, this fragrance for men launched in 1995 from the house of Jean Paul Gaultier. Presented as a spray, the fragrance composition starts with bold fresh mint and sweet lavender and then shifts to a heart of spicy cinnamon sweetened with orange blossom. The complex base notes include smooth vanilla. Men who are not afraid to show their strength and vulnerability wear this scent with confidence to any event during any season.
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.