Kenzo Flower Eau De Vie by Kenzo Perfume.
An intriguing update on the classic fragrance from 2000, Kenzo Flower Eau De Vie is warm, sweet, and just a little bit spicy. Refreshing top notes of ginger and neroli blend effortlessly into the heart of Bulgarian rose and orange blossom. A sensual base of white musk and tonka lingers for a captivating, long-lasting effect. The result is a versatile fragrance that is wonderful for warm, luxuriant days. This 2019 release comes in a glass bottle shaped
like a delicate flower stem.
Kenzo arose as an innovator in Japanese fashions in 1970, and quickly established itself in the Parisian fashion scene. In 1987, the founder expanded the brand to include a fragrance line, which now markets over 130 fragrances for men and women. Several esteemed perfumers have collaborated with this fragrance house, including Jacques Cavallier, Sonia Constant and Philippe Romano. The company joined Lvmh, a multi-national conglomerate of luxury goods, in 1993.
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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