Two years after launching the zany, absurdist, Marcel-Duchamp-inspired Fresh Couture perfume housed in a bottle of window-cleaning product evocative of Windex, Moschino (pronounced Mos-Kee-No) has added a flanker to it with Pink Fresh Couture...
The new scent is said to be a fruity-floral. Tag line is the habitual "The freshest fragrance," - you bet.
The eau de toilette has top notes fresh pink grapefruit, luscious cassis, and lily of the valley with a heart of pomegranate and soft wild rose. A warm base of cedarwood and musk adds a sensual touch.
Jeremy Scott, as the artistic director of the fashion house since 2013, has been perpetuating a Moschino sense of playfulness and inventivity, which is a trademark of the label since its beginnings in 1983.