The Scent For Men Standing Between City & Nature

We’re at the crossroads of being men. Standing somewhere between the city and nature, we’re expected to be masters of it all, or at the very least be in symbiosis with it. From being on point with cutting edge style in a landscape of modern architecture and urban living, to being able to handle the physicality of forests, wilderness and the greenspaces that encroach upon our lives.

Bvlgari Man Wood Essence is the latest addition to the Bvlgari Man collection, a fragrance series inspired by man’s strong connection to the elements. It blends intense woody notes with bright citrus accents. The captivating scent smoothly blends three bold woods, so the chic urbanite can unleash nature’s power in one spritz.

The Eau de Parfum opens with a spark of citrus and spice, a bright as profusion which recalls the Mediterranean. This gives way to robust masculine woods and finishes on a warm and inviting cedar scent that has a smoky impact.

Bvlgari Man Wood Essence is housed in a bottle with striking, clean lines, in step with the strong aesthetic of the Bvlgari man, and its design perfectly captures the symbiosis between city and nature. It brings a touch of class to your bathroom or mantlepiece.

To exemplify all this, prominent fashion photographer and filmmaker Jacob Sutton used model and actor Nick Bateman as the face of the essence.

Selected for his rugged yet refined natural beauty, Nick Bateman is a Canadian actor, model and influencer who is now based in Los Angeles. As the Bvlgari Man Wood Essence Ambassador, he is also a four-time world-champion martial artist, has an Instagram reach of over 6.6M followers, a high-profile modelling resume, and will soon be seen on the big screen in both 2018’s The Matchmaker’s Playbook and the romantic drama Ugly Love.

As a Canadian, as well as a city-dwelling Californian, Bateman explains his own affiliation with the essence. “I grew up in Canada so I love the mixture of the wood essence. I feel like it brings me right back to my core.”