Fall in Love w/Bijoux Fragrances
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What better way to get in the Valentine's mood than with lots of swoon-worthy fragrances in beautiful bottles? Bijoux, Jamaica's oldest and most established luxury jewellery and fragrance outlet, knows all about the art of evoking memories with its selection of premium sprays. And, to up the ante for Valentine's Day, it has officially added a new catalogue of perfumes and colognes from beloved brands Jo Malone and Tom Ford, thus creating more options for you and yours this season.

Tuesday Style Dryer (TSD) is here to play Cupid with these highly pleasing scents. But don't take our word for it, take a strut to Bijoux to discover your signature scent or to grab a suitable bottle for your loved one.

Here are a few of the new offerings available at Bijoux from Jo Malone and Tom Ford.


Address: 7 Dominica Dr, Kingston

Tel #: (876) 926-4784

Website: www.bijouxjamaica.com

IG: @bijouxjamaica

Photos: www.jomalone.com, tomford.com &


...Myrrh & Tonka from the Jo Malone Cologne Intense collection.
You never forget your first love. And Jo Malone's was Lime Basil & Mandarin. For the all-important first date, mist yourself with a veil of Lime Basil & Mandarin Cologne — tantalising, addictive and zesty. It's a classic for a reason..
But why stop there? Create your own sense of uniqueness with another spritz of Peony & Blush Suede Cologne in all its flirtatious opulence.
A truly unisex fragrance, Tom Ford Black Orchid Eau de Parfum is a luxurious and sensual fragrance merging rich dark accords with an alluring potion of Black Orchids and spice.
Tom Ford Ombre Leather fragrance merges floral leather and spices, conjuring the still air, open spaces and layered landscapes of the American Southwest.
With its elegant and refined heart of natural vetiver superbly blended with sun-drenched citrus, rich spices and prized woods, Tom Ford Grey Vetiver captures the essence of debonair, charismatic and provocative masculinity.

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