Mugler Cologne by Thierry Mugler is an unisex 'Eau de Toilette' with citrus aromatic notes. It is a fragrance full of vitality and freshness, which transports us to a happy world, full of life, light and colours.
This fragrance was launched in 2001 by the perfumer Alberto Morillas, who created a very versatile essence that was appreciated by a young audience. It is considered a unisex fragrance, but is often associated more with the male domain. It does not follow the same line of the other perfumes of the firm, since Morillas, leaves behind the floral and intense notes to focus on citrus aromas perfect for the summer season.
The wake of this perfume reminds us slightly of the scent of soap. Many are the myths that surround him that tell that this creation had its origin in the soap that the designer's grandmother bathed him in his childhood, or on the contrary, another story that is a scent that fell in love with him on a trip to Morocco when he was visiting a craft soap market.
ACID GREEN. Its strident colour refers to the sensations transmitted by its aromatic notes. Fresh, acidic and vibrant.
PARADOXES. It is a perfume full of contradictions, it is subtle and at the same time dynamic, cold and hot, sensual and persistent. It is a perfect game of contrasting opposites, which enlivens our feelings.
A SECRET NEVER REVEALED. This is one of the components of this perfume, which its creator calls “S“ but which has never revealed its identity.