Comme Des Garcons 888 by Comme Des Garcons Perfume.
A unisex fragrance released in 2008, Comme Des Garcons 888 features middle notes of incense, geranium and grassy saffron flanked by top notes of turmeric, coriander and woody papyrus, and supported by base notes of earthy patchouli and vegetal amber. Substantial, spicy and distinctive, its exotic warmth remains fresh and invigorating throughout the day and well into the evening. Neither overtly masculine nor feminine by design, its worldly,
knowing appeal winks at convention and finds its audience.
Comme Des Garcons founder and designer Rei Kawakubo is based in Tokyo and Paris and began her fashion line in 1973, branching out into fragrances in 1994. Her anti-fashion design statements have captured the attention of fashionistas the world over and solidified her reputation as an innovator and leader of the haute couture avant garde. This freethinking philosophy informs a fragrance collection that blurs lines, crosses boundaries, and dares to be different.
Comme Des Garcons ("Like The Boys") is a Japanese fashion label established in 1973 and renowned for its innovative designs. Incorporating fragrance into its roster in the 1990s, Comme des Garcons won over the world of perfumery with its line of entrancing unisex fragrances, as unconventional as its garments were by then known to be.
Comme Des Garcons currently has a dozen boutiques and approximately 200 vendors around the world.
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