Scent creates a sensory experience that can invisibly express mood or attitude. These two fragrances have distinct personalities and, when layered together, can convey yours. We are the first to launch TOM FORD’s individual 10mL atomizers, with a magnesite casing that brings portability to Private Blend fragrance.
Unexpected. Sultry. Addictive.
Remote private islands where summer lasts all year and one day seamlessly blends into the next inspire Soleil Blanc, an addictive solar floral amber alive with seductive refinement and refreshing decadence. Tom Ford's latest Private Blend creation unapologetically exudes the endless pursuit of sun and luxury that defines TOM FORD Soleil.
With Washington as the nation’s capital, it is no surprise that Soleil Blanc is highly sought after in our boutique for providing a sensorial escape to a relaxing paradise away from the hustle and bustle. Decadent gourmand accords coco de mer and pistachio relax while unexpected cardamom and benzoin extracts captivate.
Vibrant. Sparkling. Transportive.
To Tom Ford, this scent perfectly captures the cool breezes, sparkling clear water and lush foliage of the Italian Riviera. His reinvention of a classic eau de cologne features crisp citrus oils, surprising floral notes and amber undertones to leave a splashy yet substantive impression.
Just as we style clothing and layer different pieces together to create a new feeling, the same concept can be applied to fine fragrance for those who wish to customize a personalized scent. Enrique Valentino explains, “when Soleil Blanc is properly layered with Neroli Portofino, the result is an experience with a lighter, more vibrant attitude. While these two scents are from different olfactive categories, the elegant citrus bergamot is the common thread that ties the two together. To maintain balance and not suppress the lighter scent, the principle is to apply one mist of the more intense fragrance directly followed by two mists of the less intense fragrance; in this case, one mist of Soleil Blanc plus two of Neroli Portofino.”