Grey Vetiver by Tom Ford
- Concentration: Eau de Parfum
- Size: 100 ml
This Tom Ford fragrance for men infuses incredible sensual energy and enthusiasm. Crafted by Tom Ford in 2009, the top notes of Grapefruit, Orange Blossom, and Sage lend a hint of sweet and citrusy aroma. While the heart displays an interesting blend of Nutmeg, Orris Root, and Pimento, the perfume trails with the uplifting fragrance of Vetiver, Musk and woodsy notes. Fresh, classy and masculine, this fragrance is perfect for casual wear or special occasions.
- Ideal for a variety of occasions
- A fragrance that has been widely accepted
- ItÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s light, refreshing and can be applied often
- fragrance to make it last longer
- Top Notes: Grapefruit, Orange Blossom, Sage
- Heart Notes: Nutmeg, Orris Root, Pimento
- Base Notes: Vetiver, Woody notes, oakmoss, amber
About Tom Ford:
Tom Ford, an American fashion designer and film director, was trained as an architect at Parsons School of Design. He worked abroad at an internship for fashion house ChloÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â© and gained a feel for the fashion industry. Tom Ford was a fresh take on American fashion. While he concealed his architecture background, he displayed considerable personal charm in his pursuit of a job in the fashion industry. His first position was with American designer Cathy Hardwick. He accepted a position with Perry Ellis, but knew better prospects were available in Europe. Gucci was struggling at the time, and Ford accepted a position in Gucci's women's Ready-to-Wear division in 1990. He achieved considerable success at Gucci, eventually heading up multiple divisions before being named Creative Director in 1992.
Tom Ford is a fashion designer and the creative director of his own brand as well as the design consultant at Gucci. His efforts were pivotal in Gucci's turn-around. The company was nearly bankrupt when Ford joined the organization, but when he left in 2004, the company's value had more than doubled. During Ford's tenure with Gucci, the company acquired Yves Saint Laurent and Ford created provocative, controversial and highly successful ad campaigns for YSL fragrances Opium and M7. These ads were an early indicator of Ford's future direction.
Tom Ford fragrances have 108 perfumes. The earliest edition was in 2006, newest in 2021. Tom Ford has collaborated with perfumers Givaudan, Sonia Constant, Calice Becker, David Apel, Yann Vasnier, Shyamala Maisondieu, Antoine Maisondieu, Linda Song, Harry Fremont, Honorine Blanc, Christophe Laudamiel, Clement Gavarry, Olivier Gillotin.