The new Tommy Hilfiger fragrance
Romantic and feminine
With its new perfume
Dreaming, Tommy Hilfiger is hoping to reach a slightly more mature cohort of women aged 18-35 than with the Tommy fragrances and colognes, which were aimed more at teenagers.
The brand also wishes to offer a more sophisticated image of the brand by harking back to old Hollywood and enlisting supermodel Mona Johansson, glamed up as Marilyn Monroe.
The pure parfum version of a Tommy Hilfiger fragrance is also a first for the brand, and only that concentration comes with a book that enables you to decipher your dreams.
Dreaming was developed by perfumer Stephen Nilsen, and features peach, tuberose, freesia, white hibiscus, white woods and orris.
It is a fruity floral, sweet and sparkling in the opening, peppery white floral-ish in the heart, cool musky woods with a velvet finish at the end.
It could be called
romantic and feminine more than
sensuous and seductive, making it a good fit with its name and with the white-sheets-and-innocence ad imagery featuring model Mona Johannesson.