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Tom Ford's Most Provocative Perfume Is Now in Manila

It's f*cking fabulous.
IMAGE COURTESY TOM FORD
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Its name is censored in most countries where it’s available, and it won’t be any different as it launches in Manila, but you can expect the much-talked-about Tom Ford Fucking Fabulous to live up to its expletive.

What was launched as a limited edition in its Private Collection last year has found its way to more counters worldwide, including the Philippines, where it will be available starting August 11.


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As with every other concoction in the Private Blend, this vibrant yet warm perfume—featuring clary sage, lavender, bitter almond, vanilla, tonka bean, and leather, among other indulgent fragrance facets—lasts ultra-long, with a creamy finish lingering till you wash it off. It’s the fragrance of a sophisticated and dignified grownup who knows exactly when to be naughty.

To say that dropping the F-bomb for this new scent is so quintessentially Tom Ford is an understatement, especially for such an artistic and unwavering creative who’s long been known for jaw-dropping and provocative ad campaigns. Fucking Fabulous is as sexy as you’d imagine it.


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As for the price tag, it’s as extra as its name, with a limited edition 250ml refillable atomizer wrapped in black leather available at P39,000 and a regular 50ml flacon in matte black at P17,000.

Tom Ford boutiques are at Adora, Greenbelt 5 and Rustan’s Makati.

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