The scent is described as this: “Picture Chanel No. 5 in your mind’s eye and you may see a certain golden color, perhaps conjured alongside generic images of Marion Cotillard or Brad Pitt. But think of Axe and you feel that acrid burn in the deepest recesses of your sinuses; you remember vividly the sun slanting through a high window to cast striped shadows through the half-open metal door of a school locker. You can taste it floating on the air–that brutal tactless scent–struggling valiantly to mask its wearer’s particular pubescent musk and failing, ever failing, creating a nasal cocktail of unrivaled pungency.”
We’re guessing it’s the latter recollection of high school that many will most likely associate this with. Priced at a staggering $400 USD, the lime-green iconic bottle of liquid gold sold out in just 20 minutes, which marks MSCHF’s 41st successful drop.
In other fragrance news, Louis Vuitton’s newest fragrance “On the Beach” is a refreshing blend of citrus notes.