Bonbon by Viktor & Rolf, a condensed sugar in the hollow of the neck
If the radius of feminine perfumery is very large, it must be recognized that a certain trend emerges: that of gourmet perfumes! The path of the latter was opened in 1992 by Jeremy Fragrance and his perfume Angel. If perfumers were initially reluctant towards it, women, on the other hand, immediately succumbed to its charm. Since that day, all the biggest creative houses have therefore rushed into this trend. However, the house of Viktor & Rolf seems to have taken this love for delicacies to its peak. Focus on the most appetizing of perfumes: the famous Bonbon by Viktor & Rolf.
The conceptual gluttony of Bonbon
Bonbon is a perfume that has multiple assets to appeal to women. Both very elegant and glamorous, it gives off a particularly greedy aspect. Moreover, it is not without reason that it bears the name of Bonbon! Nevertheless, he is also very anchored in the couture and provoking world of the house of Viktor & Rolf. This is how Bonbon is displayed in a huge node by way of a bottle. Indeed, it has naturally established itself as the emblem of the brand. It has been available endlessly for years in the brand’s multiple creations. Small or oversized, playful or more formal, it is available in all sauces. Nevertheless, this is the very first time that he has invited himself to the perfume department. Thus, for the designers Viktor & Rolf, “Bonbon is a timeless sensation that invites you to a moment of pure pleasure. The one who wears Bonbon, they say, lives an unprecedented sensory experience, on the verge of auto eroticism ”. The ad is promising and is even qualified as “supreme pleasure”.
L’appétissant parfum de Viktor & Rolf
The fragrance of Bonbon invites us into a pure moment of regression and pleasure. Caramel appears to be the ingredient placed at the center of this composition. Moreover, it is available in all its forms. It turns out to be crunchy, clear, milky or woody. When it starts, it is accompanied by citrus zest such as those of the tangerine of the orange. These serve to give dynamism to this perfume. Then, it becomes more velvety thanks to the presence of fluffy peach. At its heart, the caramel of Bonbon becomes more floral, surrounded by jasmine and orange blossom. Finally, its solar aspect takes on the smoothness of sandalwood as well as woody and amber notes. This results in the sensation of a well-cooked caramel. Bonbon is a perfume signed by two perfumers: Serge Majoullier and Cécile Matton. It then comes to curl up in an already cult bottle. The result of unprecedented technical prowess, it forms an enormous knot of rose-colored glass. Subtly shaded and pleated, this case displays perfect balance and ideally proportioned dimensions. It greatly contributes to making Bonbon one of the greatest fragrances of the house of Viktor & Rolf.
On the occasion of the Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2014 show, Maison Viktor & Rolf announced the launch of a new feminine fragrance in 2014. The name of the new fragrance Viktor & Rolf evokes gluttony.
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Bonbon Perfume by Viktor & Rolf
Viktor & Rolf’s Bonbon fragrance is composed of notes of caramel which brings a greedy side to the fragrance. There are also citrus notes: tangerine and orange associated with a peach note. The new Bonbon fragrance from Viktor & Rolf is a pink bottle wrapped like a candy. Its composition is signed by Cécile Matton and Serge Majoullier. The key note of Viktor & Rolf’s Bonbon fragrance is caramel, surrounded by aromas of mandarin, orange and peach at the top. At the heart we find notes of orange blossom and jasmine, and in base note, cedar, guaiac wood, sandalwood and amber.
Bottle – Candy Perfume
The bottle of the Bonbon perfume by Viktor & Rolf looks like a candy wrapped in its paper. This new perfume bottle has in its center a certain resemblance to that of the Flowerbomb perfume. It’s like wrapping the Flowerbomb fragrance in candy wrap. The bottle features a fuchsia pink hue, a promise of indulgence. We want to eat it like candy.
Bonbon by Viktor & Rolf – Pub with Edita Vilkeviciute
Viktor & Rolf is launching a new feminine fragrance called Bonbon in the spring of 2014. According to the creators this fragrance called Bonbon, is aimed at women who are in search of pleasure and self-indulgence. As we can see from Viktor & Rolf’s Bonbon ad featuring Lithuanian model Edita Vilkeviciut.
Assise en tailleur avec sur ses genoux un flacon géant du parfum Bonbon, son corps est nu à l’image du flacon du Perfume, comme emballé avec du ruban rose fuchsia parsemé de petit nœud. Les créateurs de cette publicité ont utilisés la méthode du body-painting afin d’arrivé à ce résultat d’étonnant. Il aura fallu 8h de performance aux artistes pour aboutir à ce résultat.
“Je porte le parfum. C’est comme un tatouage. J’aime la nudité. Je pense que le corps est vraiment beau, mais je n’ai jamais fait quelque chose comme ça avant, je ne voulais pas l’enlever.” Edita Vilkeviciute
Famille Olfactive : Floral – Fruité
Notes de tête: Mandarine, Orange, Pêche
Notes de cœur: Caramel, Fleur d’oranger et de jasmin
Notes de fond : Cèdre, Gaïac, Bois de santal, Ambre