CK All: A modern take on the 90’s cult fragrance

CK One is a household name among fragrances, and perhaps the most popular unisex fragrance in existence. As a 90’s kid, I remember this scent fondly as one of the cool perfumes that everyone coveted. In fact, it proved to be so successful that in 1996, two years after its release, Calvin Klein released its follow-up fragrance: CK Be. Two decades and dozens of flankers later (not to mention a summer release every year since 2004), Calvin Klein has released the third pillar to its permanent collection of unisex fragrances: CK All.

CK All is a new interpretation of the classic CK One. The packaging echoes the original, iconic bottle but is made over in bright white. Its top notes are a bright and stimulating blend of bergamot, mandarin, and grapefruit flower. The middle notes of paradisone, coronal, lilyflore, and rhubarb take it in a refreshing and clean direction while the base notes of amber, musk, and vetiver offer an expressive warmth.

On paper, both CK One and CK All definitely give off a similar fresh vibe with their citrus top notes of mandarin and bergamot. On my skin though, the sparkling citrus opening soon settles into a warm, ambery scent with just a hint of floral.

If you’re looking for a not-so-girly scent for everyday use, CK All is for you. And if you don’t mind sharing, this is a fragrance that your man can wear, too!

CK All Eau de Toilette is available in all leading department stores nationwide for P2,498/30 ml, P3,398/100 ml, and P4,598/200 ml.

Did you ever use the original CK One? What is your favorite unisex fragrance?