This season’s most transporting scents…

TOM FORD – Eau de Soleil Blanc

A lighter version of the original Private Blend Soleil Blanc, this fragrance captures the heat of summer with pistachio, bergamot and orange peel.

GUERLAIN – Aqua Allegoria Passiflora

Passiflora is reminiscent of a Tahitian garden – it’s fruity (lemon), floral (ylang-ylang) and undeniably feminine.

HERMÈS – Myrrhe Églantine

Christine Nagel’s newest creation makes wrists smell expensive. It is deep and dark that’s the myrrh but cut with wild rose, for an elegant scent.

GOLDFIELD & BANKS  – Blue Cypress

An invigorating, lagoon-green fragrance with notes of cypress, lavender and clove.

PRADA – Infusion Mandarine

As fresh as newly-pressed linen, this blend of neroli, orange flower and green mandarin smells wonderful spritzed through hair that’s still salty from the sea.

MAISON FRANCIS KURKDJIAN – Aqua Celestia Forte

English mint meets mimosa from Provence and blackcurrant from Burgundy in a crisp, addictive scent.

ACQUA DI PARMA – Blu Mediterraneo Chinotto di Liguria

Creator François Demachy took inspiration from the bitter chinotto fruit and the rocky Ligurian coast. The result is a sharp, citrusy cologne that smells as good on women as it does men.

LOUIS VUITTON – Nouveau Monde

Sweet and slightly spicy, this saffron-based perfume was inspired by 19th-century explorer and aristocrat Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza, for whom Vuitton created an ingenious trunk that doubled up as a camp bed. It’s for men, but don’t let that stop you.