L'eau Kenzo by Kenzo Cologne. Originally released in 1999, L’eau Kenzo is an aromatic aquatic men’s fragrance created by perfumer Olivier Cresp.
Yuzu’s citrus note with sweet, bitter and mildly floral accents mesh well with the woody and calming aroma of ho leaf. The heart combines aquatic mint, which offers a lightly minty and green scent, with lotus leaf’s green and aquatic tones. The base notes end the fragrance with green pepper and white musk, a pleasant combination with spicy, crisp,
green, sensual and warm undertones.
Kenzo Takada founded his eponymous fashion label in 1970, producing a line of urban-conscious men’s fashion. After a successful release of his King Kong fragrance in 1978, he officially launched his fragrance label Kenzo in 1987. The label first produced a women’s fragrance in 1988, followed by more than 120 men’s, women’s and unisex perfumes. Some of the world’s most talented noses have worked on the brand’s fragrances, including Sophie Labbe, Sonia Constant and Christine Nagel.
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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