A good scent can make an outfit perfect. A good fragrance is multi-layered and can be worn with different looks. For the new men’s fragrance “Otto Kern Never Hide” I dressed myself in two outfits of the German label to show how changeable a perfume can be.
The German label Otto Kern has evolved! While the brand has been rather quiet in recent years, today the creators are focusing on young, sporty and elegant fashion for modern guys. In addition, the new fragrance Otto Kern Never Hide is being released, which is intended to make clear how important individuality and style are. The new men’s fragrance exudes attractive masculinity and combines classic and distinctive aromatic scents. The exciting combination of refreshing apple and spicy-fruity pink pepper berry dominates the top note. The variety of fragrance components can be perfectly combined with a wide variety of outfits and looks in elegant or cool.
Sporty suit in tailored fit
My first look is a summer two-piece: I combine the casual joggpants and the matching jacket with a white polo shirt and a knitted tie. The smart tailored-fit jacket looks elegant and chic, the trousers give the look a sporty touch. The discreet dot design in the fabric with it´s mixture of cotton, viscose and linen make the suit particularly comfortable to wear in summer. A cool combination for work or leisure.
The fragrance: elegant and strikingly masculine with lavender and warm wood notes.
Maritime with striped sweater and white jeans
In summer it can become more maritime: This look consists of a striped wool sweater, white jeans and a jeans-blue, thin quilted jacket. Otto Kern shows here that it can also be casual. The style of the light knit sweater is perfectly complemented by the white jeans. Over it I wear the thin quilted jacket in danim looking fabric, which fits perfectly to the look.
The fragrance: fresh, modern and cool with green apple and nutty tonka bean.
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Photos by Simon Retzmann (Ragnarion Rabenjunge)