High-fashion houses having their own line of signature fragrances is a long standing practice, but when it comes to Comme des Garçons, did anyone really expect them to bottle some milquetoast, light floral scents and call it a day?
Since 1994, Comme des Garçons Parfums, under the direction of Christian Astuguevieille, has produced scents imbued with the label's avant garde spirit, from the unexpected to the downright confrontational "socially incorrect, anti-perfumes."
A light, energizing and sophisticated fragrance inspired by the sugi – also known as Japanese cedar – which is a popular ornamental plant in Japan.
A refreshing unisex scent, beginning with top notes of Mediterranean cypress and pepper from Madagascar, followed by iris from Florence and Cedar from Virginia and finished with pine and Haitian vetiver.
Concept: Monocle Magazine Produced by: Comme des Garçons Parfums
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