Versace Pour Homme Oud Noir ~ new fragrance

Versace Pour Homme Oud Noir

Versace has launched Versace Pour Homme Oud Noir, a new fragrance for men geared towards the Middle East market. Versace Pour Homme Oud Noir is a flanker to 2008's Versace Pour Homme.

The seduction of a sunset on a desert; a sensual heady aroma. A fragrance for men designed for lovers of oriental fragrances, for a man with a strong personality. An intense and regal composition; spicy and with a deep scent of leather.

Versace Pour Homme Oud Noir is available in 100 ml Eau de Parfum.

(quote via dubaidutyfree, additional information via moodiereport)

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  1. Annikky says:

    It figures, that for Versace it is simply not enough to feature only ONE trend in their fragrance name…

    • Robin says:

      Exactly!! Now wish they’d do a flanker for this one — maybe Versace Pour Homme Oud Noir Extreme.

      • monkeytoe says:

        And then the following flanker: Versace Pour Homme Oud Noir Extreme Pour Femme.

  2. lucasai says:

    I thought oud era is over. Versace makes me think it’s ALMOST over… Sic.

    • Robin says:

      Since I just announced one yesterday and now there’s another today, I’d say it’s not over.

  3. peter says:

    Can’t wait for the Oud Nour Sport Bleu!

  4. Lys says:

    To bad it’s Versace POUR Homme Oud and not Versace L’Homme Oud. At least it’s not Versace Man Eau Fraiche Oud.

    • Robin says:

      Oh…I do wish for an Eau Fraiche Oud.

      Versace Pour Homme Oud Noir Eau Fraiche Sport?

  5. Dilana says:

    I am amazed that this name was not already taken.

  6. poodle says:

    Honestly, I’m not even worn out on smelling oud but I am so sick of seeing every other perfume with it in the name. It’s got oud in it. We get it. Can’t they think of anything to call it other than part of the ingredient list?

  7. Racine says:

    Apparenty middle east customers are very fond of Oud and they are great expenders in fragances. It´s not surprising that all brands want to have an offering for them

  8. hajusuuri says:

    Whenever I see the word “oud”, I think about the Oods in Doctor Who — kind of disgusting looking.

  9. moore says:

    Welcome oud! I DO LOVE you! :)

  10. Trebor says:

    Wishing for the oud trend isn’t enough. You have to wish for the depletion of petroleum in the Middle East as well…

  11. Omega says:

    Oud Noir..nothing to add there, lol. I do kind of like that bottle though.
    After Coco Noir..I don’t take noir scents seriously anymore, lol.
    Versace Pour Homme Oud Noir Intense L’eau Sport Bleu? A flanker?

  12. eminere says:

    I wonder if this will be any kind of improvement over the thoroughly bland original.

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