Blue steel: Salvatore Ferragamo 's new Uomo perfume
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Introducing the fourth chapter of the UOMO Salvatore Ferragamo franchise, capturing the cosmopolitan attitude of today’s man with an uninhibited Italian sense of style.
The fragrance captures the urban edge and charm of a metropolitan city. Addictive energy and elegant comfort come together to define this contemporary scent, created by perfumers Alberto Morillas and Marie Salamagne.
The scent opens with an energetic ozonic accord that boosts the fragrance with its salty notes, followed by a burst of lemon paired with aromatic clary sage to enhance the striking coffee aroma.
The heart explodes with notes of cedarwood, rinsed off by waves and salt crystals that turn into a drift wood. This strong, mineral core is further enhanced by the spicy and rich animality of cumin.
In the base sits a resinous and wet combination of labdanum and patchouli, whilst carnal and sensual notes of ambrox and incense add texture, contrast and addiction.
This time, the iconic UOMO Salvatore Ferragamo bottle dresses to impress in a young and intense blue look.
The blue lacquer shines over the bottle, emphasising the historic Venna logo carved in the glass, a symbol of masculinity and dynamicity. The metallic silver logo on the front creates an eye-catching finish whilst the cap plays with the contrast between silver and a deep matt blue to ensure a luxurious, sensorial experience.