Louis Vuitton has recently partnered with the iconic Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama, and has now released the second drop of its fragrance capsule collection.
This latest range is a tribute to Kusama’s long-standing love for flowers, faces and pumpkins, which are recurring themes in her artistic works.
Kusama’s work is characterized by floral motifs, which are present in her paintings, sculptures, and installations. The “Spell On You” fragrance captures the essence of Kusama’s work with its floral and sensual scent. The fragrance is encased in a polka dot Baccarat glass bottle and housed in a leather travel case, making it perfect for the jet-setting fashionista.
Another installment in the collection is the “Faces” fragrance, which draws inspiration from Kusama’s paintings. The “Attrape-Rêves” scent is adorned with a collection of smiley faces in a vivid blend of colors that are exclusive to this collaboration. The playful design and bright colors make this fragrance a perfect addition to anyone’s collection.
Last but not least, the “Pumpkins” fragrance is a nod to Kusama’s love for the Halloween symbol. The “L’Immensité” fragrance bottle is plastered with her signature pumpkin graphics, which arrive in a brighter mixture of Spring/Summer-friendly colors. This playful print also makes an appearance on the Boîte Chapeau Flaconnier, a Monogram canvas box that can store the entire Drop 1 and Drop 2 collections.
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The Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama fragrance capsule collection is a must-have for any fashion and art enthusiast. With its vibrant designs and high-quality scents, these fragrances are sure to become a staple in any fragrance collection. Drop 2 is set to launch on March 31st and will retail for €320 a bottle (approx. $341 USD).
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