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An ode to the newest incarnation of Tom Ford’s acclaimed Neroli Portofino scent.
Written By Jayme Cyk
THE STORY OF A SCENT
In 2007, Tom Ford unveiled his beguiling Neroli Portofino fragrance, inspired by the arresting beauty and glamour of the Italian Rivera resort town for which it’s named. And because—as every Tom Ford woman knows—a little excess can be a lot elegant, the brand’s newest iteration of the scent is even more powerful than the original, thanks to its double helping of floral ingredients and the addition of a few new ones, like basil and leather.
THE PERFUME PROFILE
TOP: Citrus, bergamot, blood orange, lavender, basil, and galbanum.

HEART: Neroli, bitter orange tree, and orange flower absolute.

BASE: Leather accord, amber, oakmoss absolute, suede, and musk.
WHERE TO WEAR
Yachting in St. Barts; the Robert Mapplethorpe opening party at LACMA; and, naturally, Portofino. 
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