Kenzo launched Couleur Kenzo Violet in March 2014. Kenzo’s new floral fragrance for women follows the Couleur Kenzo Rose-Pink and Couleur Kenzo Jaune-Yellow collection.
Perfume – Kenzo Color Violet
Kenzo Couleur Violet was developed by perfumer Jean-Jacques, who also worked on the first two fragrances in this series. Notes include violet, blueberry and currant. Kenzo Kenzo Color Violet will be available in 50 ml Eau de Parfum.
Kenzo Couleur Violet – From fashion to perfume, there is only one step …
Since the origin of the company, where Kenzo Takada invented Kenzo ça Sent Beau (1988), its first fragrance, the development of a poetic and emotional approach to perfume has continued.
Today, Kenzo Parfums has flourished with Flower by Kenzo and in 2001 created an innovative line of face and body care. Beyond fashion, creation in its purest form. Like the creations of the house, Kenzo perfumes weave stories rich in poetry and colors that invite dreams and travel.
An inimitable original style, that of the founder of the brand, Kenzo Takada, is at the origin of the international reputation of the brand. The imaginative spirit and the inspirations from elsewhere that cross his creations have remained the hallmark of a style of exceptional singularity and inventiveness.
Bottle – Kenzo Color Purple
Kenzo Colored Perfume Collection – Kenzo Color was launched in spring 2013. The collection initially included two fragrances: Kenzo Color Pink and Kenzo Color Yellow. He is now joined by the new Kenzo Couleur Violet. This fragrance is available from March 2014.
Color Kenzo Violet is a juicy floral, fruity scent with ingredients like violet, blueberry and currant. It starts with notes of blueberry, leading to the floral heart of violet and the base made with frozen cassis.
The bottle is decorated with the letter K, with the box showing the legendary flower of Kenzo perfumes which was designed by Serge Mansau in 1982. The perfume is available in 50 ml Eau de Parfum.
Olfactory Family: Floral – Fruity
Top notes: Blueberry
Heart Notes: Violet
Base notes: Redcurrant, Blackcurrant