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Beauty Code: KZO0106
1 product size $30.66This product is a TESTER.
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Yuzu, Lemon, Pepper
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Kenzo L'Eau Par Kenzo Pour Homme is a perfume for men launched by a relatively small, but definitely now unknown fashion producer Kenzo. All the perfumes by this brand are exceptionally modern, spontaneous, and experimental, which is why they are popular and succesful. L'Eau Par Kenzo Pour Homme was launched in 1999.
Its aroma is the embodiment of freshness and cooling energy in the form as pure as you can imagine. It will be appreciated mainly by men who like to enjoy a refreshing bath in cool water. It's surrounded by the atmosphere of a crystalline stream flowing through a shaded Japanese garden. It contains the youthful power of fresh green leaves.
The clean and modern aroma of this perfume develops from a combination of fresh citrus and cooling water tones that gradually turn out to be yuzu, fresh lotus flower, and a lightly spicy aroma of green pepper. This fragrance is based on water freshness which merges through all its layers. The whole aroma develops naturally and the best in warm sunny weather.
The perfume and its main inspiration is underlined by its flacon reminding of a stream of water flowing down the crystal glass.
Kenzo was founded by a Japanese designer Kenzo Takady at the beginning of the 1970s. Now in his seventies, rumor has it that Kenzo Takada’s infatuation with fashion came from his sister’s fashion magazines. The stubborn Japanese designer followed his dream despite the strong displeasure of his family. Kenzo fragrances are famous all over the world for their imitable scents and their specific sense of style. Today, Kenzo is a trendsetting brand with products like the green and sensual Kenzo Parfum D’Ete, including the oriental urban Kenzo Tokyo, designed for men who are willing to experiment.