Kenzo Flower was launched in 2000. Created by Alberto Morillas and Christain Dussoulier, it is a perennial best seller, as well as a winner of a 2001 and 2003 Fifi award. Notes of Bulgarian rose, hawthorn, black currant, mandarin orange, violet, opoponax, jasmine, vanilla, white musk and incense.
Kenzo Flower Reviews
Fragrantica - "...it's a bouquet of fresh flowers in open air. It simple smells good. But it's not the which can incite curiosity from others. People will definitely acknowledge that you are wearing perfume, but will not wonder what is this scent or try to explore it with their noses."
Fragrantica - "I am sure in the early aughts I smelled Flower everywhere. I was 25 when this debuted and all of the young women around my age were wearing this, along with Clinique Happy it seems. I went the Happy route. Happy no longer makes me “Happy” though (quite the opposite), but Flower is just beautiful and I’m really enjoying it now."
Fragrantica - "It's Easter night the air outside is crisp and still, nothing is moving. Things are coming to life, though I still crave comfort - Flower is ideal. A rare moment of a perfect fragrance choice, one of those instances where I remember why I love perfume the way I do. This is precisely akin to cold spring, exiting winter, but still feeling it's bite and desiring some cozy layers. Yes, Flower is for late March-early April (wear whatever, whenever, but you know what I mean), it encapsulates this time."