victor-rolf-flower-bomb-review

It’s not everyday that a fragrance can be guessed from one swift spritz but that’s what makes Victor & Rolf ‘Flowerbomb’ a cult favourite.

Launched back in 2005, the soon-to-be iconic scent put the Dutch fashion map on the beauty map with brides and wedding guests alike often turning to the bottle for special moments.

Design masterminds, Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren, always knew what their perfume debut would look, and smell, like. After smelling between 300 and 400 variations, the fragrance graced the shelves over three years later.

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“The name ‘Flowerbomb’ came first,” the design duo told Forbes in a recent interview. “We always start working like that, by verbalising an idea. In this case, the idea came as a new word we invented.

After that, it was pretty clear where we wanted to go with the fragrance because the name is so evocative. We wanted something romantic, feminine and opulent, but with a modern edge.”

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An an embodiment of what the atelier is all about, the fun, floral scent is a celebration of creativity from its unforgettable bottle to the playful notes that make up its beloved fragrance.

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A the name suggests, Flowerbomb is a joyful explosion no matter what the season or occasion. Top notes of Bergamot, Jasmine and Osmanthus lead the scent with Rose, Freesia and Orchid at its heart.

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Grounding the bouquet of scent is African Orange Flower Patchouli and Musk. As though the scent isn’t enough to prove a wonderful gift for brides-to-be, its bottle is worthy of the bedroom vanity.

Housed in a pink diamond grenade, its romantic silhouette pays tribute to the iconic name.  

Visit the Smith + Caughey’s website to learn more about Victor & Rolf’s Flowerbomb.

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