Salvatore Ferragamo releases third version of iconic Uomo fragrance for men

By Becky Bargh | Published: 6-Aug-2018

Perfumer Alberto Morillas, responsible for Calvin Klein’s CK One and Giorgio Armani’s Aqua di Gìo, was commissioned to create the scent

Italian fashion and beauty brand Salvatore Ferragamo has released a third edition of its Uomo fragrance.

The Third Chapter scent (from £45) was formulated by Alberto Morillas, whose portfolio includes Calvin Klein and Giorgio Armani, and was inspired by the Italian city of Florence.

Top notes feature mandarin essence and pink pepper; with cypress, cardamom and cinnamon heart tones; and tonic bean, coffee, patchouli and leather form the dry down notes.

Uomo’s new bottle is packaged in matte black, said to represent the fashion brand’s tuxedos.

Meanwhile, the Ferragamo Venna logo is printed across both sides of the bottle, designed by painter Lucio Venna in 1930, to serve as a reminder of the brand’s connection to art.

The scent will launch at The Fragrance Shop across the UK in September.

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