Tom Ford winter floral fragrance collection

With the Tom Ford Winter Floral fragrance collection, the designer explores the dark and forbidden sides of perfumery’s most treasured blooms while highlighting four of his existing Private Blend scents: Noir de Noir, Jasmin Rouge, Café Rose and Oud Fleur.

These florals are dark and rich, but done in a new way. You should be able to smell them on your skin the next morning.

Tom Ford

Roses, gardenias, hydrangeas, peonies — florals tend to carry a certain seasonality in both their décor and in fragrance. Tom Ford highlights four existing scents that explore the dark and forbidden sides of perfumery’s most treasured blooms.

These floral fragrances are untraditional in nature, featuring luxurious blends that unveil a dark edginess to traditional florals such as Jasmin Sambac and Clary Sage Oil (Jasmin Rouge), Bulgarian Rose Absolute and Coffee Essence (Café Rose), Turkish Rose Oil and Oud (Oud Fleur) and Black Rose, Saffron and Black Truffle (Noir de Noir).

Tom Ford Noir de Noir


A dark chypre oriental with a dark and indulgent character, Tom Ford Noir de Noir blends rich, feminine florals with masculine, earthy notes.


Tom Ford Jasmin Rouge


Tom Ford Jasmin Rouge is a voluptuous, saturated, spiced floral presented in a
deep-red bottle. Two bespoke ingredients, Sambac Jasmine Sepals Absolute and Clary Sage Essence, are brought into unexpected Union.


Tom Ford Café Rose


Tom Ford’s darker take on the classic rose fragrance, Tom Ford Café Rose descends into a hidden labyrinth, where roses’ fine breeding gives way to darker pleasures.


Tom Ford Oud Fleur


Tom Ford Oud Fleur explores the mystique of oud in all its dimensions, including the aspect of prestige and age.

Neither completely feminine nor masculine, Tom Ford’s floral fragrances are truly dual gender.





Auteur: amr63

Yakymour, home of Begum Om Habibeh Aga Khan, thè place in the mid 50's 'till the late 80's, where fashion, art, beauty and love meet each other, from all over the world.... Playing as a child in the garden of Yakymour was a happy, innocent time, thanx to ‘Grandma’ Yaky and to Sadruddin, where I could be fully myself and forget ‘the bad things’, and get some strenght. The Last 30 years working as cosmetologist and as a make-up artist for television, theatre, film, fotoshoots, fashion shows, celebrities and individuals gave me a trunk full of experience. My work brought me all over the world and had photoshoot's on location in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, France, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, India a.o. At this Blog you will find many reviews of cosmetics, fashion, art, and everything beautiful, as an ode to Begum Om Habibeh 'Yaky' Aga Khan, and named after the place where 'everything' was beautiful: Yakymour. You will find here all the in and outs about skincare, perfums, and make-up, the do's and don'ts, the why's and how's.... The stories behind, and some great interviews... So when you have any question.... please ask. Come on in.... feel yourself at home at Yakymour! Jean Amr P.S. My apologies for future grammatical errors. English is not my mother language :)

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