Recently I wrote about Six scents-series one, within the six perfumes, I prefer the concepts and the packaging designs of the fourth and the sixth one.
To be honest, I haven't smell one of them. I just did the research about their design concepts. However,
It is very important for perfume companies using whether packaging designs, names, and concepts to attractive consumers.
Diagoanl was designed by Gareth Pugh and perfumer Emillie Coppermann. “Contrast, ambiguity, duality. Gareth Pugh said about his style: “it’s a struggle between lightness and darkness;” this is what I tried to translate in this perfume. The contrast between different raw materials, masculine and feminine, rough and smooth, dark and light, fresh and sensual.” With notes of dill, black pepper, nutmeg, palissander, black tea, amyris, white amber and musk.(Six scents)
by Preen. According to perfumer Mark Buxton, “The idea we had with Preen, was to capture an English summer garden after the rain – light, natural, floral, fresh, but not sweet. Its sparkling top note, made of calabrain bergamot and a unique seashore accord is wrapped with magnolia and Turkish rose. The tingling spicy scent of red pepper sustained by hazelnut leaf and rhubarb give the fragrance its natural depth. Finally, a touch of violet wood for the long-lastingness and pleasurable feeling.” With hazelnut leaf, rhubarb, bergamot, seashore accord, red pepper berry, rose, magnolia, violet wood, sandalwood and musk.(six scents)