5 New Fragrances Celebrating Summer: From Tom Ford To Gucci
- The Alchemist’s Garden 1921 by Gucci BeautyThe Alchemist’s Garden 1921 by Gucci Beauty
- Flora Salvaggia and Nettare Di Sole by GuerlainFlora Salvaggia and Nettare Di Sole by Guerlain
- Soleil Brûlant by Tom FordSoleil Brûlant by Tom Ford
- Ivory Fragrances Collection by Goutal ParisIvory Fragrances Collection by Goutal Paris
- BOSS AliveBOSS Alive
Celebrate the season with these sun-kissed fragrances
The Alchemist’s Garden 1921 by Gucci Beauty
Gucci continues to celebrate its centenary birthday with a truly unique and sophisticated perfume, The Alchemist’s Garden 1921. This eau de parfum harnesses the floral sweetness of the neroli flower in a complex composition of refreshing limone cedrato and earthy oakmoss, leaving a lasting and lingering impression on those who encounter it.
Flora Salvaggia and Nettare Di Sole by Guerlain
Guerlain introduces two brand new fragrances: the summery Flora Salvaggia and luxurious Nettare Di Sole. The former is a refreshing concoction of jasmine sambac, orange blossom, sweet melon and white musk while the latter is an assembly of the greatest flowers in fragrance—magnolia, rose and a hint of jasmine sambac—with a twist of citrusy bergamot.
Soleil Brûlant by Tom Ford
This Tom Ford Private Blend Soleil Brûlant fragrance lives up its sensual name, which translates to 'burning sun' in English. A sensual amber floral scent, its opulent heart of orange blossom absolute and black honey is accented with the intense freshness of bergamot and mandarin. The unisex composition is settled on a deep woody blend of leather, vetiver and frankinsence that radiates luxury.
An invitation to an uninhibited summer, embrace the heat with Soleil Brûlant.
Ivory Fragrances Collection by Goutal Paris
These seven new fragrances are an ode to white flowers, which hold a special place in the hearts of Annick Goutal. Her Parisian apartment was often perfumed by the jasmines and honeysuckles she grew on her terrace, which inspired the blends of Passion and Le Chevrefeuille.
And the most romantic of the collection is Grand Amour, a flamboyant perfume inspired by the bouquet of white lilies that Goutal's husband bought for her every week.
BOSS Alive is the olfactory interpretation of the BOSS woman—bold, independent and elegant. Renowned perfumer, Annick Ménardo envelops its floral star ingredient, Indian jasmine sambac with notes of summer fruits and cinnamon on a base of warm-scented woods.