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Moschino Pour Homme Moschino for men

Moschino Pour Homme Moschino for men
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I have it: 75 I had it: 37 I want it: 81

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Moschino Pour Homme by Moschino is a Oriental fragrance for men. Moschino Pour Homme was launched in 1990. Top notes are rosemary, lavender, green notes, clary sage and bergamot; middle notes are carnation, orris root, jasmine, caraway and rose; base notes are labdanum, leather, tonka bean, amber, benzoin, coconut, oakmoss, cedar and styrax.

Perfume Pyramid

Top Notes
Rosemary Lavender Green Notes Clary Sage Bergamot

Middle Notes
Carnation Orris Root Jasmine Caraway Rose

Base Notes
Labdanum Leather Tonka Bean Amber Benzoin Coconut Oakmoss Cedar Styrax

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This perfume reminds me of  
X for Men
102 no yes
Bel Ami
97 no yes
Puredistance M
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Fetish Pour Homme
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Moschino Pour Homme Fragrance Reviews

Colin Maillard
Colin Maillard

A majestic, monolithic marvel of iris and leather with a stunning depth and range of facets, from animalic to herbal. Incredible quality – both of materials and composition. The opening is just breathtaking: powerful, fresh and juicy, dry and animalic, with a dark, dense vetiver heart, floral notes, a waxy, decadent iris side which evolves in the best way I've ever smelled. Bergamot, lavender and balsamic notes – its classic "eau de cologne" side – beautifully blend with a balsamic/mossy breeze and a dry, rich, dusty, materic leather note, really vibrant and multifaceted. By far one of the most pleasant leathers I've ever tried... and we're talking about real, crisp leather, so forget nowadays' overpriced safraleine-based crap leathers which smell like burnt tires (Cuir Garamante and the like, anyone?). A sort of mediterranean, shady, hyeratic fougère with two major, incredible-quality main characters – leather and iris. The drydown lets the duo emerge even better, all the side/head notes gently vanish until you get this endless, perfect accord, which lasts for hours, with a gentle hint of talcum. Also, after a while the drydown gets unexpectedly slightly similar to Heeley's Cuir Pleine Fleur – just a bit more vast, dry, dense, less floral and transparent. Astonishing quality. Also really contemporary and wearable, I know sometimes the terms "1990s" and "fougère" may let you think of "old" stuff... this instead has a linear and vibrant personality which looks perfectly "fit" and modern.



Moschino Pour Homme by Moschino is a real masculine fragrance having a rich leathery/woodsy/spicy scent. Those who voted that the aroma of Bel Ami from Hermes is the same I would agree that it's accurate. I own both the vintage and current Bel Ami which I absolutely love it.
I recently found a 50ml bottle and tested M.P.H.M on one wrist and sprayed Bel Ami on the other......the first hour you couldn't tell them apart but afterwards Moschino pour homme settles giving it a real "old school" aroma with more of a sweet/herbal fragrance which deserves a lot of credit.
Longevity and Silage are both very high lasting well past 8hrs.
Overall opinion,
I definitely love M.P.H.M and I was so fortunate that I own both frag's. If you manage to find M.P.H.M and you love Bel Ami you won't regret buying it. Rating this fragrance is RICH AND MASCULINE...a five ★★★★★


This is super perfume. Truly power masculine. Good leather,spicy,and rose scent. It's leather but fresh not same MONTANA (dark leather). This is one of my favorite. Best long last and sillage too heavy, Good for night time or cold weather. It's gorgeous, best one from MOSCHINO.


I found a well preserved bottle of this rugged Italian marvel. I remember sampling Moschino in a magazine in the early 90s. It has all of the strength of other 80s Italian powerhouses like Fendi or Versace. Its larger than life with the leather and rose. You just don't find this in anymore in the men's market.

The box is golden with clever logos-hearts, spades and yin-yangs. The bottle is stunning. Its hefty and resembles a whisky bottle. One spray on the skin has a warming and intoxicating effect. Everything about it is perfect. The opening is refreshing, the leather is soft yet rugged and the rose floral notes flirt openly. Then, like a big pair of arms hugs you in its warmth of amber, benzoin and laudanum.

I really feel there was a new class evolving for men. It was the "leather floriental" that began in Italy and has been lost. Ironically, it was popular for about 20 years and has vanished from todays market. This was easily worn at raves until dawn. Its a dragonfly in amber and worth having in any serious collection.


This one is still a mystery to me, in the best imaginable way. Everytime I get to see (or rather smell) a new side of this treasure.

Like balmy herbs lavender, rosemary and sage wrapped in
smokey leather after hours and hours where you can catch breaths of jasmine, or rose it dries down wonderfully warm with amber, benzoin and tonka bean.
Sometimes it's more spicy, sometimes more herbal.
A true gem for everyone who can appreciate a strong masculine scent.


great surprise!

Someone tell me this one is only for old people etc etc.
Really not.This one is balmy rose and iris; hot sensual leather .
with minor effects of bitterness and smokiness
Everything is bathed in a softness unknown in modern cheap perfumery
for the evening and for everyone want smell beautiful!

update: complex to much to understand all aspects.
for example in the dry down there is a marvelous ambery (but not too sweet) note that grows, never boring never synthetic.

definitely for all age
definitely not for altar boys


Im still a rookie at this and probably shouldn't even begin to describe this one opens really strongly of dry leather. Im guessing from the leather and styrax. I believe I get the labdanum in there too. After a few minutes I get a little whiff of rose followed by some oakmoss mixing in. Im gotta let this one dry down some more.....
Okay, an hour later and now Im getting a little leather and a lot of dry herbal. Im going to leave it at that.
A very formal, dry, herbal scent and one I will have to buy someday.


Beautifully and powerfully made in the 90's.

My "Holy grail" of a masculine scent from that era; remember using several bottles of cologne and aftershave until I saturated the desire for the scent.

The scent is herbal, leathery and mossy with a gorgeous carnation note at its heart.

Excellent longevity and sillage.

Double thumbs up!


How can this be best described? It's not spicy and the base isn't especially ambery/vanillic, so I don't think it should be considered an "oriental." There is no strong fougere or chypre accord. It does get a bit leathery, sort of like a soft, worn leather, but otherwise the notes are rather blended, though it never becomes a "blob." It does have an herbal/floral quality that is fairly obvious too. It's not too strong and it's well balanced, but it has substance. Coconut eventually makes its appearance and adds a cool, almost glazed quality to the fragrance, sort of like it has two layers. Longevity is very good and projection ("sillage") is just right. Basically, I'd say this is for aficionados who are interested in unique vintage fragrances, because it's not really well suited to any social occasion, though it would be fine in an office setting during cool months.

UPDATE: There is something about it that bothered me after the first time I wore it and I eventually sold off my bottle. I can't say I know what it was, perhaps the coconut.


On the top of the blister there's a sticky depicting Yin & Yang- Good Vs Evil...
Well...the fragrance starts very herbal and strong (evil ) then becomes very interesting in a lush-oriental way ( good, i suppose )


Funny..., when I first smelled this years ago.., I hated it. I'm not much for spicy orientals, but...;
now that someone gave me a bottle years ago.., I like it. Well, actually, 'people' comment that they like this on me, more than I actually like it myself.
It's def. for night-time, winter months! Heavy, but.., interesting!


rare, but very masculine. my dad loves it, but it is impossible to get it


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Moschino Pour Homme by Moschino 4.38 out of 5 based on 83 ratings and 12 user reviews

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