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UNIDENTIFIED FRAGRANCE OBJECT
- Bottle design by Ron Arad
- Featured in Arad's retrospective art exhibit in both Paris and New York City
- Recommended for evening wear
Arad was commissioned by Kenzo to create a vehicle for fragrance that breaks with traditional industry codes and evokes sensuality when in contact with the skin. The perfume is not defined by the traditional olfactory pyramid. Its structure is a balance between a powerful heart, “the marble accord”, and four natural raw ingredients that add facets to the note. An exemplary object for both the art and fragrance collector.
A feminine bouquet of delicate white blossoms.
A sunny floral eau de parfum built around a sensual base
known as the finest rose oil in the world, Bulgarian rose is derived from the Damask rose. Roses are a symbol of love and have been used since ancient times in perfumery
Vanilla is native to Mexico and is valued for its sweet flavor and scent. Vanilla is widely used in food preparation and perfumery
The orange blossom is highly fragrant and traditionally associated with good fortune. With its soft white petals, it has long been popular in bridal bouquets
An aromatic resin produced by Boswellia trees. It has a balsamic, sweet fragrance and has often been used in perfume and as incense
Apply fragrance to clean skin, holding the bottle 5-7 inches away from your body.
Scent travels up as it evaporates, so it's recommended that day time fragrances be sprayed lower on the body, while evening wear should be sprayed a bit higher on the body.
Ideal spots to spray fragrance are pulse points such as the wrist or neck.
Be mindful of weather; fragrance lasts longer on hot days.