A new women's perfume, Kenzo Amour, will be introduced worldwide in September. It will make its debut at Sephora and Nordstrom in the US.
It was created by perfumers Daphne Bugey and Olivier Cresp from Firmenich. Patrick Guedj, the Creative Director of Parfums Kenzo, explained that "The basic idea was a voyage of love, of emotion, and a bird as a symbol of love" (...) "The scent is an olfactory voyage through Asia, meant to evoke frangipani flowers from Bali, Japanese cherry blossom and rice and vanilla from China."
"...the fragrance features top notes of cherry blossom, rice and white tea; heart notes of frangipani and heliotrope, and base notes of thanaka wood, vanilla and musk."
The 100 ml, 50 ml, and 30 ml will be priced at $85, $65, and $48 respectively. The bottles were designed by Karim Rashid and are reminiscent of works by Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi.
Source: Women's Wear Daily