With top notes of cumin, heart notes of juniper and base notes of black cedarwood, Jo Malone’s Black Cedarwood & Juniper is a woody, lingering scent with a touch of spiciness. Well-suited to strong women, Jo Malone’s fragrances are perfect for layering and can be combined with the brand’s other colognes for an unexpected, yet complementary, twist.
Guerlain’s Spiritueuse Double Vanille is a cocktail of colour and scent. The blend of rum, woody cedar and spice notes is bottled in the house’s signature quadrilobe vial of fine crystal. This sensual and elegant fragrance is one of five perfumes in Guerlain’s limited-edition Colour Collection.
Be transported to sandy Polynesian beaches by Anna Sui’s Romantica Exotica, redolent with juicy lemon and blackcurrant notes. Combine that tropical freshness with a touch of effervescence, floral notes, and a lingering mix of cottonwood and sandalwood. The bottle’s turquoise tone and signature floral motif – capped in antique gold – perfectly capture the scent’s tropical warmth.
Long summer evenings spent in a pagoda by the sea, Do Son by Diptyque embraces the summery sweetness of fresh sea breeze, mixed with a delicate scent of tuberose. The scent’s hint of spiciness comes from the pink peppercorns that lends the fragrance its seductive flair.
Part of Atelier Cologne’s Collection Orient, Mimosa Indigo is inspired by Asian and Middle Eastern scents. The top note consists of fresh mandarin from Italy, with Indigo mimosa from India and warm white leather accord at the heart. The sweet, musky unisex fragrance, captured in a minimalistic white flacon sealed with a gold cap, exudes seductiveness.