At Colette now – your chance to smell every fragrance release of 2012. All at once!

01st March, 2013

Dutch artists Lernert & Sander's latest artwork is a perfume entitled 'Everything' and is a mixture of 1400 fragrance launches from 2012. The perfume is packaged in a specially designed and hand blown bottle, based on a sample vial. You can see and try the fragrance at Colette, 213 Rue St-Honoré in Paris until 9th March. See more in the video below:

Hat tip to Marian Bendeth.

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    • gandhajala | 1st March 2013 12:41

      Didn't Diptyque already do this with 34 Blvd. St. Germain ?

      (Ps. I think it's Sander, like the machine, not Sandler, like the annoying actor).

    • Grant | 1st March 2013 13:55

      cheers @gandhajala! Changed.

    • Akahina | 2nd March 2013 18:29

      What if it actually smells good? Honestly I can not imagine this mess but as a conceptual art project it is an awsome idea. Somebody, just describe the notes! LOL.

    • L'Aventurier | 3rd March 2013 01:45

      This is pretty awesome.

      If you took some big whiffs of it, I wonder if it would result in an instant habituation (inability to smell) all 1400 fragrances...

    • uhbhatti88 | 3rd March 2013 11:51

      Better yet, find someone to put it through a gas chromatograph, and discover how redundant or not they are!

    • Kiliwia | 3rd March 2013 20:32

      I think someone has too much time on their hands.

    • d4N13L | 7th March 2013 02:20

      If it have all the launches from 2012 it basically will smell like Acqua di Gio + Oud.

      Acqua di Gioud.

    • Sly2scents | 9th March 2013 15:52

      This can be very interesting I bet someone will purchase that if they havent already.

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      This can be very interesting I bet someone will purchase that if they havent already.

    • sniffy | 9th March 2013 16:46

      I'll bet it will smell like that scent you smell in the air when you walk into the fragrance department of a huge department store like Macy's or Selfridge's. Don't deny it, it's a delicious smell - the combination of every fragrance that's been shpritzed that day or week or month. I often wish that odor could be captured, and maybe now it has been.

    • jujy54 | 10th March 2013 07:51

      Fourteen HUNDRED!??? That's about 1300 too many. Yikes.

    • Orieno | 10th March 2013 08:03

      ^ I guess the hole point is that it's 1399 too many.

      Mildly interesting, however.