The red poppy has no scent, yet it is immortalised as an iconic sensual powdery and musky floral perfume launched in 2000: Flower by Kenzo.
Over the years, Kenzo has created a series of various iterations of Flower, each one distinct yet familiar with the undertones of the original.
This May, Kenzo launches a new version: Eau de Lumiere, inspired by another scent-less blank slate, a ray of light.
Like rainbows, the morning sun, a shining prism.
Eau de Lumiere is bright, fresh, soft, floral, angelic.
Notes of this pink juice: Bulgarian rose, jasmine sambac, bergamot, white musk.