Tuberose is the most classic scent there is, its heady notes can act as a strong and seductive fragrance heart, or as delicate and elegant top notes.
Wherever tuberose sits at the base of these perfumes or embraces the amplitude of the fragrance, you're certain to find a bottle full of personality.
Here are our top 10 tuberose perfumes:
Diptyque's Do Son Eau de Parfum
Top notes: Orange blossom from Morocco and galbanum
Heart notes: Tuberose, Moroccan iris, Turkish rose and Egyptian jasmine
Base notes: Amberwood, benzoin and white musk
Shop: Do Son Eau de Parfum 75ml, £105, Diptyque
Byredo's Flowerhead Eau de Parfum
The all-American brand poaches the British footwear label.
Michael Kors is buying Jimmy Choo for 896 million pounds ($1.2 billion), both brands announced on Tuesday. Under the deal, each shareholder of the high-end footwear label will receive 2.30 ($3) pounds per share in cash, WWD reports.
The acquisition is a response to the decrease in sales for upscale brands, as mall shopping has "declined sharply," reports The New York Times. Though e-commerce sites, fast-fashion brands, and even luxury labels like Gucci continue to thrive, brands in the "accessible luxury market," such as Kors, are struggling. The Jimmy Choo deal comes two months after Coach made a similar move by buying Kate Spade for $2.4 billion.
Flip through to see what models and photographers designers are teaming up with for the upcoming spring season.
Model: Joan Smalls
Photographer: Mario Testino
Model: Chloe Grace Moretz
Photographer: Steven Meisel
Models: Luna Bijl and Ukrikke Hoyer
Photographer: Charlotte Wales
Model: Sasha Pivovarova
Photographer: Erik Torstensson
Model: Ana Pirlog
Photographer: Monica Menez
From Harper's BAZAAR
The verdict is in. According to the Taking Stock With Teens survey, presented semi-annually by investment bank and asset management firm Piper Jaffray, the most popular handbag brand among teenagers is—drumroll, please—Michael Kors!
Business Wire reports that 10,000 teens across 46 states weighed in on the survey, and Michael Kors won out with a whopping 34% against other arm candy manufacturers. Second place went to Kate Spade with 19%, Coach took home third with 10%, next was Louis Vuitton with 3%, and Longchamp and Vera Bradley brought up the rear with a combined 3%.
With so many cute, practical styles that don't break the bank, we think the surveyed teens have chosen well.
There's the go-to tote:
Trying a different tack from his usual jet-setter-y ad campaigns (sorry, Karmen Pedaru), Michael Kors has tapped Solange Knowles for The Walk, the brand's first-ever streetwear initiative.
"Solange is strong and passionate and not afraid to share her opinion with the world—and that type of confidence always makes an impact," Kors said in an interview with Billboard. "She's a true trendsetter. I love how she takes some of our pieces and makes them her own."
Vibing in the village with @SaintRecords (Solange Knowles) in part 1 of our new street style campaign. #SidewalkSpotted
Michael Kors(@michaelkors)님이 게시한 동영상님, 2016 8월 30 오전 6:02 PDT
You discover so much when you travel. My first trip out of the country was to both London and Paris, as a teenager, and of course I had these very cinematic ideas of what the women would look like. In Paris, I was expecting Belle de Jour on every corner, and I had this fantasy that everyone in London was going to be walking around wearing a cardigan and a pair of wellies, like English royalty in the countryside.