Last September, Kenzo’s creative directors Humberto Leon and Carol Lim created a female fragrance ($133) for the first time since joining six years ago. Not only did the EDP (pictured above) boast a modern, wearable scent with a sophisticated floral explosion of peony and Egyptian jasmine that’s energetic (similar to its ready-to-wear pieces), it also came in an adorable yet quirky bottle, which was an adaptation of the third eye that is one of the brand’s recurring motifs. The gommato cap is inspired by the brand’s Kalifornia bags, while the suspended mobile pink gold drop bead evokes the eye jewellery collection.
This year, the brand has launched the Kenzo World EDT ($116), which keeps to the original bottle design but now in a pretty pastel pink. The fruity and floral fragrance comprises of pear, peony and almond blossom notes mixed together with the sensual femininity of iris absolute. The end result: a cheerful, fresh floral scent perfect for every day that we just can’t seem to resist.
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