KENZO HOMME presents ‘The New Eau De Toilette Intense’

KENZO HOMME presents ‘The New Eau De Toilette Intense’

Inspired by the intensity of bamboo and the serenity of a sea breeze, reconnect with nature

KENZO HOMME Eau de Toilette Intense, the latest men’s fragrance of KENZO, is inspired by the intensity of bamboo and the serenity of a sea breeze.

The freshness of pink pepper corn coupled with a sea breeze contrasts with the warmth of fig wood and sandalwood essences evoking salty skin warmed by the sun.  Its notes contain marine notes for a memorable breath of freshness, fig wood for a warm and sensual heart and sandal wood for a strong and powerful trail.

For a beautiful world, Kenzo Parfums redesigned its packaging to be sustainable. The new Kenzo Homme Eau de Toilette Intense blue bottle is an ode to poetry. Its shape mirrors the strength and flexibility of bamboo. Its bevelled cap evokes the cut of katana, a sword used by samurai.

Committed to contributing to a more beautiful world, KENZO PARFUMS optimised the KENZO HOMME cap design. To save 34% plastic, the bottle is made of 10% recycled glass and offers an extra 10ml.

KENZO PARFUMS supports “Orin Hardy”, the founder of BAMBOO U project which aims to share unique design & construction knowledge starring bamboo and to explore alternative ways of living in harmony with nature.

Moreover, to support his approach, KENZO PARFUMS funded a scholarship to allow students who dream of making the future the best place possible for mankind to attend a bamboo U project course.

Rediscover the feeling of freedom with KENZO HOMME Eau de Toilette Intense and reconnect with nature now.

Available in three sizes; 40ml. (2,280 THB), 60ml. (2,990 THB), 100ml. (3,800 THB) 

at Sephora Thailand and online at www.sephora.co.th/brands/kenzo

More updates and information at www.kenzoparfums.com and Instagram: Kenzoparfums


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