As I was brought up with my grand parents, my first and lasting smells are of my granddad’s brill cream and my grandma’s tweed. There weren’t many fragrances back then, but then along came Brut. My granddad thought he was so posh and used it because “it wasn’t too girly” as a boxer advertised it (Henry Cooper I think). The slogan was “Splash it all Over!” It’s so funny that he always thought fragrance was “too feminine to wear” as he put it. So Henry Cooper changed his chain of thought. What would he say if he was alive today with all the fragrances and daily routines for men now I wonder?