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Inspired by the acclaimed fashion house, Costume National, the Scents embody minimalistic style and avant-garde ingredients for a collection that is truly ahead of its time. <br><br>Cyber Garden is an olfactory future vision of ultra-mechanized landscapes harmonically fusing with the natural world. Next-century notes of green ether and vinyl holographically blend with pink peppercorn, bergamot, and grapefruit. The modern minimalism of chilled geranium rises from an ancient bed of hybrid moss, in a scent your grandchildren pass down to you.
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Rebottled Cyber Garden, rebottled by Scentbird, Inc., an independent bottler from a genuine product wholly independent of CoSTUME NATIONAL
Scentbird, Inc., New York, NY 10001
Scentbird, Inc., New York, NY 10001
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CoSTUME NATIONAL Cyber Garden rating and reviews
Average rating (24 reviews)
3.2 out of 5
Its an OK scent, the vinyl & green plant scents seems to shine through. I wouldn't recommend this in every crowd, it is unique and adventurous. It does have complexity, smells better to me after it has been worn for several hours and the lighter scents have faded away.
Beautiful fresh scent that smells like an actual computer garden. Interesting enough for a full bottle
Name says it all
imagine a outdoors shower with a vinyl curtain next to a freshly cut lawn. Very unique, yet clean. The projection isn't great, at least on me, but smells pleasantly clean on my skin. I'm not sure I would buy a full bottle, but glad to get a decent size from my subscription. Definitely a fragrance I would wear outdoors. Maybe on a rainy, but mild day.
I'm not sure how to describe this scent other than extremely over-powering and not worth the time of day unless you're 75 years old, wear polyester, watch reruns of Kojack, and drive a 1975 Ford. Do yourself a favor and pass on this scent.
Smells natural, yet synthetic, the vinyl notes aren’t overpowering but you can definitely say “oh yeah I can totally notice that!” It’s well balanced for being so “different” and not at all the typical “Big-bad CEO” fragrance.
I’ve really enjoy this fragrance. It doesn’t seem to have a harsh spicy smell that most men’s cologne have. It smells fresh without going to perfume. Just have a hint of something to make it more masculine trending.
Interesting. A good cologne for a tech conference. Nice fresh warm scent for summers...kind of weird in a good way, unlike other colognes I have but not sexy. Smells like packaging or something.
It's OK. Has the same DNA of all the other Costume National fragrances I've tried and have. I think it's a cool concept but I think it fell short a bit on the smell. I have some other fragrances that are meant to give off a "green vibe" that are a lot more successful than this. If you are new to the niche game, this may be a good one to try. My overall impression is just meh.
Just not a big fan of this one. I couldn't get past the initial bitter / synthetic blast - it just turned me off. There was an excessive sharpness that never went away in the drydown. I had high hopes, and I like other Costume National scents, but this one isn't for me.
Was questionable on this one at first, it does have a lighter almost women's voile perfume lightness about it but with a more earthy, crisp scent. Definitely could be a unisex scent. I loved it and get a lot of compliments. Perfect for hot humid days.
I don't like it. It smells like old lady purfume
Crisp clean scent. The deficit is the scent fades rapidly.
Many layers, many hours, many compliments.
People told me it was nostril burning at first, but I do like the vinyl undertones after the initial overpowering scent wears off.
I hate it. To me it smells like swap ass.
A clean, crisp scent that definitely is a lighter scent. It starts strong, but an alcohol scent does become the noticeable scent, (because it's a lighter scent). I would recommend this if the guy wearing cologne tends to usually overdo their applications. It's not overbearing, and tends to fade halfway through the day.
To me its a synthetic mess i put it next to Nautica Voyage as far as quality goes
Loved this scent on travis. It's lighter than he normally wears but I really like it.
This was awful! It started out sharp- nostril curling sharp, actually. Then the vinyl notes kicked in! It may work on other people's skin chemistry, but it left my poor husband smelling like burnt plastic.
clean, woodsy with maybe a wiff of ozone. This is perfect for the tech office, since it isn't too strong and the dry-down is mild.
I love the opening of this, bitter green notes (bitter in the best way) Ivy, verbena, violet leaf followed by a more floral heart, with a strong geranium, and a metallic note. I don't get the vinyl note at all. The drydown is somewhat disappointing, woody/musky with nothing unique. I don't know if I will purchase a FB, but will definitely use up my sample - if the finish measured up to the start this would be a truly great fragrance.
Absolutely does not work for me. But hey, you never know until you try it.
A great fragrance that gives a fresh green scent the warmth of spices and woody, I love it. Definitely full bottle worthy.