Thirty years ago, Kenzo’s olfactory empire introduced Kenzo Homme – its first-ever fragrance for men, one that was inspired by nature. Evoking a woody-like scent, it was one that caused a revolution of freshness in the form of a bamboo shoot bent by the breeze of a fantasized sea.
Now, to celebrate its 30th anniversary, Kenzo Homme reinvents the codes of perfumery with Eau de Toilette Intense, further delving into the naturalness of the world. With two rare and precious ingredients help to convey the brand’s values, the scent is formulated with Haitian Vetiver (grown by 300 farmers belonging to a cooperative, sustainably sourced through Givaudan’s Sourcing4Good program and meeting Fair For Life criteria) and Australian Sandalwood (sustainably sourced from plantations that meet the criteria of Givaudan’s Sourcing4Good program).
Created by perfumer Quentin Bisch, the new Kenzo Homme Eau de Toilette Intense is a marine-woody fragrance that will give your skin this sun-warmed salty feeling. Energising, optimistic and addictive, the fragrance is complete with pink pepper, Calypsone, marine notes and woody accents for a powerful sensuality on the skin.
In a film directed by Raphaël Heymann, we speak to Quentin about the new fragrance and quick (fun) fire questions…