A BIG­GER SPLASH

Five new fra­grances that ex­ude el­e­gance.

VOGUE Hommes International (English) - - CONTENTS TRENDS - BY Chris­telle Bail­let PHO­TO­GRAPH Gi­a­como Valois

OMBRÉ LEATHER BY TOM FORD

THE SIG­NA­TURE Get your­self no­ticed wear­ing this new fra­grance by Tom Ford. It has tal­ent and style, but doesn’t make a fuss about it. THE IM­PRES­SION Make strides across the arid desert of the Amer­i­can Far West, wear­ing this per­fectly de­signed black leather, which will also warm your skin with its notes of patchouli and ve­tiver. 100 ml, € 145.

TERRE D’HER­MÈS EAU IN­TENSE VÉTIVER

THE SIG­NA­TURE The tini­est de­tail has been fine– tuned, and the in­spi­ra­tion taken from a watch mech­a­nism in­still­ing re­newed power into this iconic fra­grance. THE IM­PRESS ION Well thought out, the ve­tiver, black pepper and berg­amot ac­cord gives Terre d’Her­mès the more plant–based feel that is so in vogue at the mo­ment, with­out chang­ing its orig­i­nal struc­ture. 100 ml, € 108.

THE SIG­NA­TURE An en­counter be­tween re­fined raw ma­te­ri­als and oth­ers that are far more raw.

THE IM­PRES­SION Sur­pris­ing and bold, the blend of iris, patchouli and ve­tiver in­stantly con­nects earth and sky. Or, how the art of mix and match cuts a fine fig­ure for men who able to sub­ju­gate it. 100 ml, € 210.

EAU DE PARFUM SAU­VAGE BY DIOR

THE SIG­NA­TURE Om­nipresent bold­ness, like the XXL sculp­ture cre­ated by the Amer­i­can artist Kaws for Kim Jones’s first show. THE IM­PRES­SION There’s noth­ing like a touch of vir­ile “Ori­en­tal­ness”, cre­ated by a blend of spices, to breathe new life into this best­seller in style and with­out so much as a hint of bad taste. 100 ml, € 111.

IN­FU­SION MANDARINE BY PRADA

THE SIG­NA­TURE Go­ing against the stereo­types and trends by cul­ti­vat­ing the po­etry of con­tra­dic­tion. THE IM­PRES­SION It’s like the taste of a seg­ment of the first mandarine of the sea­son. And as heady as don­ning your favourite Prada gar­ment straight from the dry–cleaner’s. 100 ml, € 120.

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