The One Gentleman

The One Gentleman

2010 Creation
Man Gender
Oriental - Fougere Olfactory groups

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Top Notes : Pepper, Grapefruit
Base Notes : Vanilla, Patchouli
The One Gentleman
Perfume grade 4/5 Rate and comment perfume 4 Opinions
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The One Gentleman is a woody-aromatic oriental that opens with a fresh note of grapefruit. The middle goes spicier, with a blend of fennel and cardamom. Patchouli and vanilla reveal a warm note in the dry down. The outcome is both sweet and sophisticated.

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The modern gentleman, as seen by Dolce & Gabbana


Two years after The One For Men, couturiers Dolce & Gabbana present The One Gentleman, an aromatic oriental fragrance. The One Gentleman is a scent for suave, refined gentleman who are in command of every situation. The ad campaign is an homage to Fellini films like ‘8½’ and ‘La Dolce Vita.’ The Dolce & Gabbana gentleman is incarnated here by American actor Matthew McConaughey, photographed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino. ‘Men want to be him and women want to be his,” one of the designers confides.


Eau de Toilette 1.7 and 3.4 oz.; After Shave Lotion 1.7 and 3.4 oz.; After Shave Balm 2.5 oz.; Shower Gel Douche 6.8 oz.; Stick Deodorant Stick 2.5 oz.


Massive and elegant, The One Gentleman’s transparent bottle is topped with a grayish-blue cap evoking wood. The fragrance’s name is inscribed on it in letters of gold.

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  • No rate for this perfume 02 october 2012

    Although The One Gentleman is touted as an elegant, dressed-up scent by the company, I personally find it quite wearable for day. Not exactly sporty thanks to the patchouli woodiness and the orientalised features, but very amiable for doing business or for a casual date as well, where the caramelic sweetness and spice of the base are to its advantage. I would prefer it on a man who is in control of his look, is well-put together and shows an individual streak in his dress sense rather than an actual dandy, because it’s not that complicated to begin with.

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