Flower by Kenzo
At the origin of Flower by Kenzo is a poetic challenge: inventing the scent of a flower that has no scent, in other words, the poppy.
It's a fragrance designed to encapsulate this strong yet delicate flower, which we recognize as a symbol of peace and harmony with nature. Kenzo's values are embodied by this militant flower.
In 2000 the perfumer Alberto Morillas invented the poppy perfume, a fragrance for sensual and refined women.
The result is a floral and powdery creation. Long-lasting but light, it's a sensual and sweet floral scent with vanilla and musk notes.
The Flower by Kenzo flacon portrays strength and poetry.
Designed by Serge Mansau, it represents a flower soaring towards the sky, protected by a transparent structure. The flacon skims the sky and yearns for light.