Julian Casablancas and Five Smelly Musicians Who Don't Deserve Their Own Perfume
What do you get when you blend Italian tangerine, perennial Haitian grass, bits of vanilla and tonka beans, some licorice, and a whiff of violet? The masculine scent of indie rock...
The Strokes' Julian Casablancas is the new face of Decibel, a French eau de toilette by Azzaro that combines "rebelliousness and unrestrained creativity" in a 100ml microphone-shaped bottle, according to the company's website. And best of all, they've got a line of Decibel bath products.
Finally, a scent that captures the aromatic ironies of hipsterdom.
Azzaro's banking on Casablancas' stylish personal brand to sell an exotic fragrance. After all, he's a better choice than say, Andrew W.K.
But while incredibly talented, he doesn't strike us as the fresh-scent type. In fact, there are several musicians we don't ever want to see -- or smell -- endorsing cologne, especially if their scent reflects their brand.
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