If you count out Photoshop, Russian Magazines do a pretty good fashion job. And if you think of Russian Haute Couture Inspiration, you’d say that those fashmags are just the tip of the Russian inspiration iceberg.
Behold! We’re headed towards a Russian winter! (Hopefully not, since I heard they’re pretty harsh!) At least fashion wise! After Guerlain’s collection with and inspired by Natalia Vodianova, there goes Kenzo. Recreating the Kenzo Flower perfume in a New Year’s special Edition, hidden inside a Matryoshka. (the story continues right after the jump!)
Though I wouldn’t normally expect to find a poppy when opening a Matryoshka Doll, this new Kenzo Flower edition looks pretty good and smells just like any Kenzo Flower should: beautifully flowerish and still very strong. Just like a poppy: you’d think it’s nothing, but then it’s everywhere! I’ve always been a big fan of Kenzo’s fragrances, still for those of you unfamiliar with Flower, it smells like: black and red currant, Bulgarian rose, violets from Parma, jasmine, vanilla and musk. The New Year’s Kenzo Flower is available from November 2009. (via)