Flowerbomb Dew by Viktor & Rolf for Women
- Concentration: Eau de Parfum
- Size: 100 ml
Flowerbomb Dew by Viktor & Rolf was delivered in 2016. What does Flowerbomb Dew smell like? Well it is a fragrance loaded with lots of new, flower and woody scented tones that will bring an exotic, new and refreshing perfumed sensation. Inspecting it closer once applied you will see a new scent of milder scented fine, citrus and fruity clues that conceal some common emotions. Whenever you spritz on Flowerbomb Dew, a sparkling feminine scent, imagine yourself walking through a blooming morning dawn in spring. For a delicately sweet and rejuvenating fragrance that can leave you fascinated for hours after application, the Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb Dew perfume boasts floral, fruity and powdery accordions. This magnificent Viktor & Rolf fragrance looks as stylish to the eye as it smells to the nose, dressed in an almost transparent pink geometric bottle.
- Ideal for a variety of occasions
- A fragrance that has been widely accepted
- Its light, refreshing and can be applied often
- Fragrance to make it last longer
- Top Notes: Pear, Ambrette, Dew Drop, Bergamot
- Heart Notes: Iris, Rose
- Base Notes: White Musk, cashmeran, Heliotrope
About Viktor & Rolf:
The designers are frequently inspired by the world of art, theatre, music, dance and their own children. Viktor & Rolf is an Amsterdam-based fashion house with a long history of infusing art with everyday clothing. The "Viktor & Rolf" of the house's name are Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren. Both Viktor and Rolf were born in 1969, and met when they studied fashion at the Academy of the Arts at Arnhem. They bear a slight physical resemblance to each other and are known for being photographed or strutting down the catwalk after the fashion shows in identical outfits. Such interesting sights are also present in their fashion shows, which take the form of artistic presentations and feature such sights as a single model wearing nine different layers of couture gowns, a fashion show in which models wore blue clothing that served as a "blue screen" for film projections, and a show in which each model wore her own scaffolding with her own lights and music. For their first menswear collection, Viktor and Rolf modeled the clothing themselves, switching outfits onstage in front of the press and guests. The fragrance was a smashing success, with several flankers and limited editions being issued over the following years. A men's fragrance was soon to follow. The pair's first fragrance for men, Antidote, and the next fragrance, 2009's Eau Mega (a play on "Omega," the last letter in the Greek alphabet), made waves with its innovative packaging -the cap and sprayer are integrated and the perfume is dispensed by pressing a round Viktor & Rolf seal.