Friday, April 11, 2008

Kenzo, Vintage Edition


Kenzo Parfums is celebrating their 20th Anniversary with the release of a new fragrance, which I can't type because it is the Peace Symbol, Vintage Edition. (Similar to the artist formerly known as Prince, this symbolically named thing will be a classic!) It's a unisex fragrance, meant to be reminiscent of the 1970's, when Kenzo Takada first started to work in fashion in Paris.

Really, what this fragrance is is a great fragrance for everyday. It is soothing and subtle, yet somehow appeals to a huge number of people! I smell mostly the Cedar with a touch of Heliotrope which deepens slightly with time.

Notes: Mandarin, Tonka bean, Heliotrope flower, Cedar wood

This is a long wearing scent, still fragrant many hours after I apply it. I have had a lot of people grab my wrist to get a better whiff of this one. You'll want to run to Sephora when this one hits the shelves- I'm betting it won't be available for long!

This limited edition scent launches in May, exclusively at Sephora. There will be 4 different designs for the packaging, mine is the one on the far right.

1 comment:

Girl-Woman said...

You have me wanting to sniff it with your description, but what marketing genius decided to use the peace symbol for the name?

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