The scent will drop after his runway show in September.
In beauty news that surprises absolutely no one, Tom Ford is releasing a new fragrance simply called Fucking Fabulous. Yes, that is the real name.
Kate Moss's ascent to supermodel stardom began in 1993 with Calvin Klein Obsession, a fragrance that traffics in the singular feeling of infatuation. Rather than replicate young romance in a studio, Klein sent an 18-year-old Moss and then boyfriend, 20-year-old photographer Mario Sorrenti, to Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands for 10 days. The couple returned from their trip with hundreds of black and white images, the making of one of Calvin Klein's most iconic campaigns to date.
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
Bloom serves as Alessandro Michele's first women's scent for the label.
Whether you’re a Bumble and Bumble or Kiehl’s shampoo type of gal, getting a whiff of your fragrant locks post-shower is positively heavenly. If only you could bottle that deliciousness up and take it with you throughout your day… that would be ah-mazing, amiright? Actually, you can! If you haven’t tried a hair perfume yet, it’s time to up your game. Prepare to discover your new signature strand scent with one of these buys. From citrus to pistachio, here are a few hair fragrances you’ll want to get on your locks ASAP.