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    Thumbs up Le Eaux de Fleur Collection. Kenzo.

    Kenzo launches a limited trio of soft colognes based the idea of capture and evoke a delicate trail of tree blossom.
    They certainly did they job right.
    A genuine range of gentle floral totally suitable, apparently, for both sexes.
    It seems that Kenzo has found again their own successful path since the company launches “Power”, a masterpiece, and becoming really successful.
    Now, with this collection, they assure good sales, and, again, try to approach the avant garde of offering floral perfumes for everybody.

    Eau de Fleu de thé.
    Perfumer: Aurelien Guichard,
    Countains green tea leaves, tea flower, peony, mimosa, musk, amber.

    This first one, show, perhaps, the most feminine side of the whole collection, but even so, still quite enjoyable to wear.
    It opens quite transparent, light and green where the main accord is a light tea note, crispy and airy. Lovely.
    In fact is a very refreshing scent without any sharp notes.
    Soon the tea accord diffuses and get path to a lovely minimal bouquet of mimosa and peony. It immediately reminds me the sand-like- accord on the original Dior Dune. Then the mimosa gives a shinny golden cheerful accord. Not really my cup of tea,
    The smell of the peony in the juice becomes the main note and mainly reigns above everything, just sharing its presence with a shy hint of green tea as soft musk.
    It’s not over powerful, is not oversweet. You find only serenity, quietness and a delicious shy floral scent. Airy, close to skin fragrance. A peony fragrance for a brave man.


    Eau de Fleur de Magnolia.
    Perfumist: Francis Kurkdjian.
    Notes of bergamot, citron, heliotrope, spruce, champaca absolute, vetiver, musk.

    A fantastic citrus floral. Unique and delightful.
    Tending to linear, the perfume opens as it ends.
    You can detect inmmediately the glorious radiance of the champaca flower watered in soft citrus notes, something quite unusual for a floral scent.
    The whole juice develops airy and fragile, even refreshing.
    I couldn’t detect any spruce needles. Just a breath of vetiver on the base notes.

    Of the three perfumes, this is my favourite.
    Without going cloying the formula has its own character. Unique and a must have for the champaca lovers.



    Eau de Fleur de Silk.
    Perfumer: Jean Jacques.
    Countains: bergamot, pink guava, silk flower, cherry, musk, amber.
    Soft, watery, like the drewdrops, green, delicious.
    Centered in the silk blossom and guava, a delightful exotic fruit.
    Can’t detect cherry. Just freshness, fruity accords and a shy light, white flower note.
    Very shy, intimate and unique fragrance. My second choice of the whole range.


    As Eaux the long lasting is average. They tend to be close to skin and they don’t have much projection what so ever.
    Great limited launches. Sold as unisex here, in Asia. not sure if tthey are available yet in Europe or US and if they are unisex or not.
    I don’t really mind. I own the Silk as part of my collection and I do really enjoy it as a day fragrance. I got many compliments.
    If I feel adventurous I spray on me the Magnolia and I love inmmensely. People is fascinated and I have been stop twice to ask me what was i wearing.
    It reminds me a light version of the Guerilla 1 from CDG, very light, very natural, nothing synthetic here.
    Its a real pity that they sell them as a limited solution. i'm already falling inlove of the Magnolia one..
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    Default Re: Le Eaux de Fleur Collection. Kenzo.

    Thanks. Any pictures of the bottles? I

    I'm always interested to see what weird, strange & fascinating bottle that Kenzo comes up with, for their scents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeperez23 View Post
    Thanks. Any pictures of the bottles? I

    I'm always interested to see what weird, strange & fascinating bottle that Kenzo comes up with, for their scents.
    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_MxHGSizfQJ...00-h/o_589.jpg

    the whole three are the same ust change the picture packaging
    Nice mnimal bottle though, reminds me the 7AM in Bali one!
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    Default Re: Le Eaux de Fleur Collection. Kenzo.

    Quote Originally Posted by madridbatabidd View Post
    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_MxHGSizfQJ...00-h/o_589.jpg

    the whole three are the same ust change the picture packaging
    Nice mnimal bottle though, reminds me the 7AM in Bali one!
    Thanks!

    Is it triangular (wider at the bottom, tapering to a narrower neck)? Or is that just the picture distorting it a little?

    Reminds me, of Odeur 53 bottle. In pink.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeperez23 View Post
    Thanks!

    Is it triangular (wider at the bottom, tapering to a narrower neck)? Or is that just the picture distorting it a little?

    Reminds me, of Odeur 53 bottle. In pink.
    you right is exactly like the odeur 73. it is rectangular.
    The silk one is light pink cristal, the other two, transparent.
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