Fleur De Chine Perfume by Tom Ford, In 2013, Tom Ford introduced Fleur De Chine Perfume, a creation from Rodrigo Flores Roux of Givaudan, to celebrate the vast array of feminine players from classic Asian cinema. Mirroring the versatility of these Asian bombshells, the fragrance saunters in touting a floral mixture, shifts through a landscape of aromas and drifts into an earthy farewell.
The beginning of the perfume’s story is lilac, hyacinth, tea rose and jasmine. This subtle entrance precedes a sudden burst of magnolia and then a cloud of sweet plum, which adds creamy sweetness to the overall scent. The base notes are composed of exotic, mossy elements, such as Chinese cedarwood, vetiver and hinoki. The temple-inspired flacon comes in a rich dark chocolate finish with gold top.
After successfully building a global fashion empire, Tom Ford introduced his beauty line in 2006, showcasing his knack for high-end fragrances. Luxurious products that combine unexpected scents with timeless quality are the cornerstones of his collections.