The rose is a perfect flower. We don't say it, it says it Tom Ford. As a perfume maker, the designer and filmmaker has one of the trajectories most personal and fascinating of contemporary perfumery. I met your creations a decade ago now and have not stopped following them closely since then, because they have something that catches. Even that haunts.
Extraordinary ingredients, inclination for artisan, unexpected combinations, aromas that are unlike anything and that arise from your limitless imagination and a unique sensitivity to surprise in the field of unisex They have turned some of their perfumes – in my case the least sweet – into true objects of worship.
That balsamic effervescence of Neroli Portofino, which is summer in a bottle and one of the few perfumes that miracle of teleporting with my mind as far as I feel like works in me. Gray Vetiver, which smells like a freshly cut herb mix, damp wood and wet earth just after a storm – and also smells like what I've always imagined Don Draper must smell-. Musk Pure, which is exactly that: pure woody musc, unadulterated. And lately Beau de Jour, fresh wild mix moss, basil, lavender and rosemary.