In the final creation that expresses the end of the first cycle of the Amouage narrative, “Fate” for man and woman explores the uncertainty of the future and the universal principal by which the order of things is inescapably prescribed. The immutable fragrances are presented in Amouage's iconic clear glass-crystal bottles with a rainbow undertone with gold plated caps accented with an aurora borealis inspired Swarovski crystal.
Fate Man is one of those rare perfumes where you just have to try it to understand it. It begins with an opening salvo of absinthe and herbs through a heart of immortelle swathed in the most luxurious frankincense. The wheel of fortune that is Fate Man ends up on cedar and licorice to bring this stunning perfume to a close. Despite being labeled as masculine, Fate Man is a true shared fragrance and if you are a fan of Amouage-- this is a must try. Fate Man is as ever-changing as the swirling colors on the rainbow coated flacon; the experience is slightly altered every time you wear it.