Comme des Garçons will launch A New Perfume (as near as I can tell, that's the official name) later this month:
we can find beautiful things, without consciousness
a fragrance that couldn't exist in a bottle that shouldn't exist
what qualifies anything for the right to exist?
who has the right to decide what should be rejected?
A rejected bottle survives to hold an imaginary flower constructed linearly, the fragrance opens with the man made organic composites of aldehydes and safraleine, opening up slowly to hawthorns and derivations of lilac, before exploding in a riot of flower oxides, then finally succumbing to notes of industrial glue and brown scotch tape with hints of musk and styrax
purposely taking a bottle that has been disqualified from existence and purposefully giving it its right to exist
Comme des Garçons A New Perfume will be available in 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
Update: see a review of Comme des Garçons A New Perfume.