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Country: United States

Baxter Bravado

Updated on April 10th, 2009  |  
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Designed by Marc Atlan | Country: United States

“Why Bravado 2 and Bravado 3? The Company’s founder Baxter Finley first launched the original Bravado, a floral woodsy cologne in the early 1970’s, but the fragrance has since been retired for over 7 years. As part of Baxter’s expansion into the men’s lifestyle category, Jean-Pierre Mastey, Baxter’s current president, decided to re-introduce cologne into the line. Mastey appropriately named the new fragrances as an homage to the original cologne”

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baxter1

baxter1

Designed by Marc Atlan | Country: United States

“Why Bravado 2 and Bravado 3? The Company’s founder Baxter Finley first launched the original Bravado, a floral woodsy cologne in the early 1970’s, but the fragrance has since been retired for over 7 years. As part of Baxter’s expansion into the men’s lifestyle category, Jean-Pierre Mastey, Baxter’s current president, decided to re-introduce cologne into the line. Mastey appropriately named the new fragrances as an homage to the original cologne”

baxter2

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