Comme des garçons parfums
COMME DES GARÇONS fragrances have been described as "anti-perfume", which symbolises this niche brand par excellence. Comme des Garçons was founded in 1969 as the brand of the designer Rei Kawakubo. In 1992 in Japan, the artist Christian Astuguevieille met Kawakubo. This meeting sparked the collaboration between the two creative minds, and Astuguevieille became the artistic director of the COMME DES GARÇONS perfume line in 1994. His motto is "Stimulate our five senses, question our perceptions, never stop being amazed". Among those who have written chapters in the history of Comme des Garçons perfumes are: Mark Buxton, who named the first fragrance "Comme des Garçons"; Antoine Maisondieu who inspired the "Monocle" collection with "Scent One Hinoki", "Scent Two Laurel" and "Scent Three Sugi"; Antoine Lie who created "Dover Street Market" and "Wonderwood". Bertrand Duchaufour created "Series 3" with "Incense Avignon" and "Incense Kyoto". The Comme des Garçons brand is revered for its avant-garde universe, with creations that remain faithful to artistic concepts rather than to fashion.