Kenzo Amour by Kenzo was launched in 2006. An amber vanilla created by Daphne Bugey and Olivier Cresp. It was a FiFi Award Fragrance of the Year Women's Nouveau Niche 2007. A comforting hug of a perfume with notes of rice, white tea, frangipani, cherry blossom, heliotrope, vanilla, incense, musk and woods.
From Bois de Jasmin - "I admit that my affection for Kenzo Amour was not immediate, but as I have been wearing it over the past week, I have found the subtlety of its delicately rendered accords allied with a suggestion of sensual warmth to be quite appealing. Though it has not taken me on the Orient Express, in speaking softly, Kenzo Amour has charmed me with its caressing touch. Being along the lines of Donna Karan Cashmere Mist and People of the Labyrinth Luctor et Emergo, it is a good example of a warm, comforting scent."
Basenotes - "This is not the sparkling love at first sight, but a love that lasts for a lifetime, comforts and supports you, makes you feel home. And the ad campaign illustrates it so well : comforting, but with an exotic vibe. The bottle is lovely. I adore the curved figure. However, once I removed the cap to spray, the elegant crane turns into a chubby hen."