Resulting in a nameless object, its designer, the architect Ron Arad attempted to create a boundary-breaking Kenzo object. 'Designed to settle in folds and creases', its home is in the palm of a woman’s hand, releasing a perfume that blends with the skin.
Inspired by the memory of his mother, Aurelien Guichard created the unconventional fragrance inside this architectural bottle, that leaves a feminine trail composed of raw ingredients, encapsulated in a strange bottle with poetic curves in attempt to remain true to Kenzo's organic associations with sensual and mineral dimensions.
The fragrance is in limited edition, available at Bergdorf Goodman and online at Kenzo
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