I've only got Cap D'Antibes right now, Egypt is next on my to-buy list. Cap D'Antibes is definitely a scent that pulls masculine (the entire fragrance line was created for men, but many women have worn them over the years as well), so that's something to take into accord if you plan on buying. It is a very fresh scent, not heavy, but is able to last all through the heat if the day which I appreciate, being in Las Vegas.
Reminds me a bit of the Givenchy Givenchy pour Homme Blue Lable, so if you see that in a fragrance shop, stop and give it a sniff. They are not identical, but have that same feel, like Acqua di Gio, or Issey Miyake l'Eau de Issey. Similar components.
The scent its self though has waaay more longevity and sillage than any other cologne or citrus based perfume that I have in my collection. Plus the packaging is adorable (little books) and the bottles are gorgeous on the shelf.