Tom Ford Neroli Portofino: The Italian seaside and jet-set lifestyle in a bottle. A simple elegance of citrus, sunny beaches and joy. Part of the Private Line.
Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille: The natural counterbalance of the upbeat and uplifting Neroli Portofino is this dense and rich, boozy tobacco and vanilla-whiskey fragrance for men and women. Part of the Private Line.
Dior Dune: Vintage wonder of the most ground-breaking idea on "summer" or "seascape" scents. This is biscuit warmth and monastic herbs by the French seaside.
Dolce & Gabbana Sicily: The discontinued soapy aldehydic floral which rippled our mind's memories with its indelible Monica Belluci starring commercials (direction: Giuseppe Tornatore, music: Ennio Moricone).
Dolce & Gabbana By for men: Another discontinued fragrance, it used to be encased in a zebra print bottle, remember? Good fun.
Guerlain Samsara: The thumping beat of sandalwood plus flowers swathed in plush. The big oriental in its 90s incarnation is getting ready for its split.
Lancome Magie Noire: For those who are fed up with the summer heat and are preparing for the bewitching hours of autumn or would love to put a spell on heat altogether. Old-ish stash, pre-glass&metal bottle.
Serge Lutens Borneo 1834: A phantasmagoria of patchouli and roasted coffee notes in a cult version from the Palais Royal line. Limited quantities and smaller decants only.