A totem of eco-responsibility
Bamboo is incredibly strong but flexible, and is among the most popular recyclable materials. Designer Orin Hardy is working on it to create places where one can live in harmony with nature and communicate with it instead of submitting to it. Still not very common in modern architecture, thanks to the discovery of new treatment techniques based on boron, it is rightly one of the most sustainable building materials. The Kenzo brand has made it the symbol of respectful and sustainable beauty by shaping the bottle with Kenzo Homme Eau de Toilette Intense fragrance in its image, an explosion of freshness between marine notes and woody accents. As a minimalist totem, it is reminiscent of the strength of the tree with its verticality, while the blue hue that separates it, intense and vibrant, evokes the freshness of the sea. Blunt with the sharpness of a katana knife cut, it is closed by a logged cap. The outer package that wraps it is made of untreated kraft paper that comes from responsible sources with FSC certification® (Forest Stewardship Council®), and printed in ink of biological origin. The fragrance is available in three sizes – 40, 60 and 110 ml – perfect to be placed together as authentic design trophies.
The power of the mountain at your fingertips
Moncler Pour Homme is a woody-aromatic perfume created by perfumers Antoine Maisondieu and Christophe Raynaud. Inspired by the vibrant and pristine beauty of high-lying forests, it opens with the exclusive Alpine Green deal, paired with the bold freshness of sage in a blend that evokes the green leaves of mountain pine. The bottle bottle appears to have been found under the ice as a crystallized fossil. In the foreground we find a characteristic fluted silver finish, also recreated on the hood to evoke Moncler’s original bond to the mountain and the iconic quilting of its down jackets. In the short film directed by Terence Neale, which highlights its shapes, the bottle shines in sunlight on a surface of mirrored jewels that extends into the distance. Not a small detail is the LED screen, a fun innovation that allows you to write a message that can be customized via the Bluetooth app for smartphones that scroll with red letters. Definitely an object with a cinematic appeal that one can surprise everyone with.
The robot that comes from the future
The Paco Rabanne Phantom Legion is the first fragrance for men dedicated to the gaming world. The international launch of the perfume took place on Twitch with a global e-sports event. In the new Collector Edition, the iconic bottle robot leads an elusive legion with a collectible camouflage print: a gray, black and silver pattern that outlines a whole new color profile in the world of fragrance packages. An object with a disturbing design conceived by Pierre Dinand and edited by Studio Ange. But the glittering retro-futuristic robot is more than just a perfume. It is the first connected fragrance by Paco Rabanne, with a contactless NFC chip embedded in the spray cap. Simply place your smartphone on top of the robot to access exclusive content curated by the brand. A beautiful technical accessory to show off.
A box of wonders
For the Luxe Collection The streets of Milan by Trussardi Parfums, the nose Sylvie Fischer composed the scent Sunrise on Navigli which – as the name suggests – faithfully reproduces the aromas that can be perceived from the balcony of a house overlooking Milan’s Navigli: the citrus tones of bitter orange oil and lime oil, but also the scent of basil. The colored opaque glass bottles in the collection are all overcome by a golden metal sculpture cap that faithfully reproduces the miniature head of the Italian image. Around the neck of the noble dog, symbol of the Trussardi mark, there is a small leather collar in the same color as the bottle. For each fragrance, the master perfumers have suggested the right shade of Pantone. In the specific case of the new Sunrise on Navigli the dominant shade is twilight blue, the deepest and most unfathomable shade of blue. Arranged in order on their desks, these scents evoke a completely Milanese symbolism: the Nutcracker’s leading soldiers, the row of models at the end of a fashion show, a series of cadets from Teulié Military School …
A work of art to be exhibited
Are English aristocrats really as polite, well-behaved and friendly as they seem to be? The collection Portraits of the London brand Penhaligon’s is a tribute to the English spirit between humor and provocation. Among fragrances in the range, Lord George’s tragedy is an amber-like fougere made with notes of brandy, shaving soap and tonka bean by perfumer Alberto Morillas. For the exclusive packaging, the fragrance house collaborated with the artist Kristjana Williams. Born in Iceland and educated at Central Saint Martins in London, the award-winning illustration work has garnered widespread critical acclaim in fashion, furniture and art. By interweaving fragments of Victorian engravings with contemporary illustrations, Kristjana Williams has created a bottle adorned with a gold-plated cap that depicts the head of a deer, an animal symbol of strength, courage and power, but also of infidelity.
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