Tom Ford Jardin Noir Quartet Features 4 Night-Blooming Flowers (2012) {New Fragrances}

tom_ford_Jardin_Noir_OK.jpgFrom fall 2012, Tom Ford will launch a new quartet of perfumes in his high-end Private Blend collection founded in 2007. The common point uniting each of the unisex compositions is that the inspiration derives from a midnight-blooming flower according to WWD, the most opulently pefumed kind as this class relies more than their visually-oriented, day-time sisters on scent alone...

The fragrances are called Café Rose, Jonquille de Nuit, Ombre de Hyacinth [sic] and Lys Fumé. The nocturnal proclivities of these flowers have been amplified, their slightly shocking facets underlined and exaggerated as can be guessed from the meanings conveyed by their evocative French names (Pink/Rose Coffee; Night Jonquil; Shadow of a Hyacinth and Smoky Lily).

In other words, we can expect four odes to indoles.

A perfume will retail for $90 for a 1.7-oz. eau de parfum and $125 for a 3.4-oz. edp.

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  1. These went on sale in London yesterday. None of them blew me away - rather disappointing. Was really looking forward to the Cafe Rose as the combination of coffee & rose sounded great but it just smells like a slighlty weaker version of Kilians Rose Oud ! Where's the coffee !!?? Hyacinth was nice, quite green in the opening and the other 2 were forgettable

    nathan thomas

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