WELL-SUITED

PAIR OF­FICE AT­TIRE WITH BOLD NOTES OF CO­COA, TO­BACCO —AND EVEN INK.

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From Boss and Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo to Tory Burch, power dress­ing via crisp and sleek suit­ing was all the rage on spring cat­walks. Re­in­forc­ing the look of soft fab­ri­ca­tions with strong sil­hou­ettes are fierce scents that finely bal­ance both sides of the spec­trum, such as the op­u­lent, white flo­rals and pow­er­ful san­dal­wood of Gucci Bam­boo Lim­ited Edi­tion. Like­wise, Good Girl from Carolina Her­rera en­joys the irony of a bright jas­mine and deep co­coa combo. Lalique’s Fleur Uni­verselle 1900 is all-around in­tense with a fiery mix of cin­na­mon and car­damom, and Jo Malone Lon­don’s Blooms­bury Set hon­ors Vir­ginia Woolf, E.M. Forster, and their fel­low English in­tel­lec­tu­als with dis­tinc­tive scents like To­bacco & Man­darin. Vik­tor & Rolf also pairs vastly dif­fer­ent notes with iris and ink in Dirty Trick—a com­bi­na­tion, says per­fumer Marie Sala­m­agne, that cre­ates “a dis­tinc­tive and ex­tra­or­di­nary depth.”

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