APOM is short for “A Piece of Me” – “a piece of oneself that one leaves on others”, says Francis Kurkdjian. In other words: APOM might well be a kiss-and-tell, which doesn’t matter since the fragrance comes in a feminine and masculine version, both drenched in orange blossom as lusciously honeyed as a bite-sized oriental pastry.
Francis Kurkdjian had already featured orange blossom in a masculine fragrance, Jean-Paul Gaultier’s aptly named La Fleur du Mâle (“the male’s flower”, a slightly risqué pun on Baudelaire’s “Fleurs du Mal”, the flowers of evil). In APOM Pour Homme, he butches up the floral note with a smoky, balsamic amber glow... But this particular piece of man is still pretty sweet.
|How to Use||A perfume can be a delicious whisper that reminds people "I'm here" Make sure your signature scent is saying what you want it to. Apply the fragrance to any of your pulse points, where the warmth of your body helps project the scent more: behind your knees, the inside of your wrists and elbows, at the base of your throat, and behind your ears or diffuse a 'cloud' of perfume in the air and walk through, this will give you an even, all-over scent. Your hair is an excellent perfume carrier (however, never spray directly onto the hair).|
|Ingredients||Notes: orange blossom, amber, cedar wood|