With Autumn around the corner, it’s inevitable that your zingy Summer fragrances are no match for the new season ahead. From warm, woody notes to bold and beautiful florals, autumn’s newest fragrances are a bold and beautiful bunch.
VELVET has decided to put a compilation together, and to introduce to your new olfactory wardrobe.
A real crowd-pleaser, Dior’s elegant Joy combines bergamot, mandarin, rose, jasmine and sandalwood with an intimate and powdery base of musks. Feminine and sophisticated, it’s the sort of scent that could easily become your signature.
Top notes of violet and bergamot, a heart of coffee and iris and base notes of gourmand vanilla and patchouli make up Dolce & Gabbana’s seductive and addictively sweet new scent, The Only One. Very Dolce.
A reimagining of Givenchy’s classic L’Interdit fragrance first launched in 1957, the new L’Interdit Givenchy contrasts florals – jasmine, orange blossom and tuberose- with intense vetiver and patchouli for a surprising and multi-faceted scent.
A sunny fragrance which nonetheless feels right all year round, Jo Malone London’s Honeysuckle and Davana blends the two eponymous notes with moss for a nuanced take on a classic floral. Warm and uplifting.
A bold, unisex scent perfect for the colder months, Tom Ford’s woody Fougère Platine uses traditionally “masculine” notes which linger on the skin long after you’ve sprayed it. Effortlessly sexy.
Rose, tuberose, jasmine. Nettare Di Fiori makes a gorgeously flower-packed addition to the Gucci Bloom family, with a surprising top note of ginger and a warm base of patchouli and musks.