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David's Perfume by David Dobrik

2 products
About the brand
David’s Perfume is Youtube sensation, David Dobrik’s aptly titled signature fragrance brand. The debut collection includes two gender-neutral fragrances: David’s Perfume #01: Amber & Cashmere and David’s Perfume #02: Grapefruit & Sandalwood. Both fragrances were composed by IFF perfumer Celine Barel and implement Dobrik’s favorite collection of notes. The results are two distinct compositions: The invigorating and alluring #01 Amber & Cashmere and the warm and seductive #02 Grapefruit & Sandalwood—both of which are elegant yet unexpected.
Perfumes
David's Perfume by David Dobrik
#02 Grapefruit & Sandalwood
Amber
Grapefruit
Sandalwood
Violet Leaf
David's Perfume #02 Grapefruit & Sandalwood is a warm, enveloping fragrance. Juicy grapefruit gives way to fresh violet leaf, followed by sensual amber and sandalwood. The composition began by exploring Dobrik's favorite individual scents, which he joked “...didn’t really help because it’s a Sharpie and air fresheners.” From there, Celine Barel (perfumer) considered other, more traditional favorites of Dobrik's like citrus, amber and sandalwood, which are highlighted in the final composition. David’s Perfume #02 is a warm, seductive fragrance that’s elegant yet unexpected.
Colognes
David's Perfume by David Dobrik
#01 Amber & Cashmere
Amber
Cashmere
Subtle Spice
David's Perfume #01 Amber & Cashmere is as invigorating as it is alluring. While visiting IFF in NYC, Dobrik smelled through proprietary IFF ingredients and asked Celine Barel (perfumer) to compose a fragrance implementing his favorites. In the end, the composition evokes a memory of a mystery muse. As Dobrik recalled, "I met somebody that had this certain smell on them that I just completely fell in love with. I was just obsessed with the smell... I honestly thought I discovered a new smell, I got so excited about it and thought, 'I want to be able to bring this kind of understated, nice smell to my audience, like to a younger crowd."