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Tom Ford Perfumes
Tom Ford's Neroli Portofino perfume achieved cult status for the way it seemed to capture the Italian Riviera's sun and sea with neroli, rosemary and amber. Now he's created two more dream olfactory escapes: Mandarino di Amalfi combines bergamot and basil with jasmine and vetiver root to evoke the rugged landscape along the Italian coast, while Costa Azzurra, with its blend of oak, cedar and vanilla, takes you deep into a Mediterranean forest. Bellissimo!