New season, new fragrance! See the top 6 new autumn launches

There's nothing better than wearing your favourite scent and a fresh new season is the perfect way to update your fragrance. 

From the first ever Miu Miu scent to Tom Ford's new blockbuster, autumn's launches range from perky florals, to hearty, woody scents that linger. 

Jo Malone – Mimosa and Cardamom 

Jo Malone London's Mimosa and Cardamom is the fragrance equivalent of a cosy cashmere jumper – spicy cardamom paired with warm mimosa and tempered with a base of tonka bean. 

 

Marc Jacobs – Decadence

Top marks for the slick bottle design for starters. There is a blend of plum, iris and saffron in the top notes, followed by a heart of rose, orris and jasmine sambac and base notes of amber, vetiver and papyrus woods. Fancy!

 

Miu Miu – Eau de Parfum

Ths is Miu Miu's first fragrance, and the scent itself is pretty floral; just as feminine as the clothes themselves. A strong lily-of-the-valley top note is joined by rose and jasmine at the heart. 

 

Tom Ford – Venetian Bergamot

This fragrance has punchy top notes of ginger, bergamot and black and pink pepper give way to a heart of magnolia, gardenia, ylang ylang, cedar and pepperwood. This is a real autumn hearty treat.

 

Chloé – Eau de Toilette

This is a new, lighter take on Chloé's classic rose fragrance, Chloé Eau de Toilette is based upon the white rose and then complemented by bergamot, lemon, magnolia, gardenia, rose buds, cotton flower and musk.

 

Yves Saint Laurent – Black Opium

YSL's Black Opium gorgeous Eau de Parfum launched last year, and this year's new eau de toilette of the same name is a softer and fresher take on the scent's key coffee note. Fruity top notes of citrus, pear and blackcurrant introduce a heart of coffee, jasmine, orange blossom.

It smells like Halloween already!

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