Sculpture Homme is a rather elegant, intelligent, well-blended romantic fragrance composed by Michel Almairac, the nose behind Zino Davidoff (1986), one of the noses on Dior Fahrenheit (1988), and later the aforementioned Joop! Homme, plus a number of noteworthy things throughout the period. In fact he composed Burberry for Men (1995) concurrently with this release, but here does some thing far more unorthodox than with the Burberry scent by merging a fresh sweet top with a soft ambrette musk, then labelling it a masculine. The opening of neroli, lemon, mandarin orange, and coriander cannot be mistaken, and lasts into the drydown. Cedar, vanilla, and ylang-ylang come out in the heart, showcasing another genderbending move by utiizing mostly white florals with only a light woods to affirm any masculine link. The heart is semi-oriental in nature, with benzoin, honey, tonka, musk mallow from ambrette seed, and an early synthetic ambergris note (likely timberol) that imparts the warmth but not the earthy qualities of the real deal.