Tommy Girl by Tommy Hilfiger, Tommy Girl was one of the quintessential fragrances that gained the American fashion label more popularity and its iconic status. Debuting in 1996, the now-classic scent comes in its original sleek, sophisticated clear flacon emblazoned in the brand’s recognizable typeface.
Crafted by Calice Becker, it opens with top notes of Camellia flower and apple blossom mingled with black currant and mandarin orange. The heart adds even more depth with floral notes of honeysuckle, violet, lily and rose while grapefruit, lemon and mint add a crisp, fresh edge. Finally, the effect is complete with base notes of jasmine, magnolia and heather paired with cedar and sandalwood.
This floral fruity fragrance is partially responsible for establishing Tommy Hilfiger as a top perfume brand alongside its clean, casual and sophisticated ready-to-wear fashions. Over the last 30 years, it has launched more than 70 scents. Calice Becker is one of its master perfumers, joining the likes of Gauvidan, James Krivda, Trudi Loren and more.