A short spot for Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb Dew.
Has the “luxury collection” trend died down yet? I started tuning it out a long time ago, certainly before Robin posted about the Viktor & Rolf Magic Collection three years ago. The original six fragrances in that line — “a collection of six transformative illusions in the spirit of an enchanting universe from fragrance magicians Viktor & Rolf” — arrived in stores in early 2017 and I never bothered to try them.
Since then, the collection has shuffled and expanded a bit. (The price also seems to have dropped substantially.) I received a sample of Salty Flower with a Sephora purchase and spotted a positive comment about Dancing Roses in a friend’s Instagram feed, so I tried that one too. Guess what? They aren’t ground-breaking or life-changing, but I liked both of them. And with the price drop, they suddenly made a lot more sense to me…
More limited edition collector fragrance bottles, with the usual disclaimers: in most of these cases, the juice is unchanged, just the bottle is “special” (or not, as the case may be), and some of these may not be available in the US. Today’s post includes special edition bottles from Salvatore Ferragamo, Aerin, Mugler, Jean Paul Gaultier, Giorgio Armani and Viktor & Rolf.