The Kenzo brand came to life in 1970 when young Japanese designer Kenzo Takada opened his first store in Paris. Kenzo turned fashion into a colour-rich style and poetic celebration mixing the flat structures of the Japanese Kimono with Western clothes; taking inspiration from Paris to Eastern Europe and from India to Africa.
In 1988, Kenzo began creating perfumes that distinguish themselves for their design and innovative scents. 2000 saw the birth of classic contemporary Flower by Kenzo, a flowery powdery fragrance inspired by the brand’s emblematic poppy.
A fragrance with a powdery floral scent, lively and sensual.
Floral accord containing rose, violet and hawthornn.
Powdery accord containing vanilla, white musks and oppoponax.
Parma Violet, Bulgarian Rose, Oppopanax, Hedione.