The recent, unisex Tom Ford fragrance Fleur de Portofino is inspired by the Mediterranean flowers, honey and orange grove after the coastal rain
Tom Ford Beauty
The chief expert on sexuality in the fashion world, Tom Ford presents his latest fragrance Fleur de Portofino, which enjoyably resonates with the calendar season, incarnating the eternal summer. The Fragrance, the fourth perfume of the Tom Ford Neroli Portofino collection, was launched in June 2015 after the original Neroli Portofino from 2011, and Mandarino di Amalfi and Costa Azzurra editions from 2014. A sensual summertime blend of white acacia, jasmine, lemon and honey, Fleur de Portofino is the fusion of the bergamot-rich Neroli Portofino and the citrus effervescence of Mandarino di Amalfi.
The top note of Fleur de Portofino is a blend of citrus essences found in Sicilian lemon, mandarin from Sorrento, Calabrese bergamot, and tangerine. Syringa or mock orange flower gives a floral impression of honeysuckle and green gardenia buds. The heart of Tom Ford fragrance is created around white acacia flower and complemented by white magnolia, orange blossom, Moroccan rose and jasmine. The base is made of acacia honey with cistus absolute, vanilla absolute, tolu balm, civet and ambrette seed.
A light-blue bottle containing Tom Ford Fleur de Portofino represents the color of the sea where it meets the sand on a sunny day- captures the fragrance’s fresh and light-filled floralcy. The 50 ($220) and 250 ml Eau de Parfum ($535) is labeled with a gold name plaque, finished with a golden cord at the neck and packaged in a folding carton of the same shade of blue.
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