Talking with Tom Ford about breeding rare flowers is a little like discussing fabric swatches with Tiki Barber: you wouldn’t expect it. Yet that’s just what Ford did to produce Black Orchid. He had a grower create the darkest flower possible, then added black truffle, lotus wood, bergamot and vanilla for “a throwback to an old-fashioned fragrance,” he says. “I’m much more in the mood now for adornment and richness.”

By CATHY HORYN

Source: Nytimes.com

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