Kenzo Flower by Kenzo Perfume. Kenzo Flower is built on three basic notes which revolves around parma violet, wild hawthorne, cassis and Bulgarian rose and this powdery perfume became one of the most popular perfumes for women and even won the prestigious won Fifi award in 2001 and 2003 for best pefume.
+The powdery note is composed of voluptuous vanilla, white musk and opoponax with a gentle woody touch that mixes with a crisp citrus-fruity blend with soft floral undertones, that include... Read More... Read More rose, violet, cassia bark and amber sits on top of a musky heart of almond and vanilla, and a rich base of urban energy accords.
Kenzo had his breakout year in 1970 when he presented his first collection to positive reviews, opened his first store, Jungle Jap, and had one of his designs worn on the cover of ELLE magazine. With his new found popularity Kenzo was able to present his next collections in New York and Tokyo. He won numerous accolades for his women’s wear over the next few years and finally entered the men’s market in 1983 but waited until 1988 before venturing...
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