We are officially sailing into the middle of the fall, while the leaves start abandoning their trees that were their home for the past eight months and with these chilly mornings we also get to see many new fall fragrances being released that sadly play a second role in between so many new collections and fashion weeks around the world. But here are we, ready to update you with the latest colognes blast and its campaigns. Are you ready to become the best smelling chick at the office?
Within the new strongest visual campaigns are Kenzo and and Chanel N°5. Kenzo opted for a very strong campaign, visually and musically. Margaret Qualley was in charge of making this campaign possible by using her dancing skills and taking them to a whole new level of wildness and quirkiness. She managed to transmit strength, wildness and freedom in a rocking and lovely uneven green dress matching some black heels at the same time.
On the other hand, Chanel stays truth to its classics and chose to trust the French-American young and new talent, Lily-Rose Depp with its new Chanel N°5 fragrance campaign. Lily-Rose followed her mums steps who also had the opportunity of representing the French original fashion house back in the 90s. Chanel, in comparison to Kenzos new campaign, keeps its propaganda very French-style, exactly like Coco would have done it; classic, chic and feminine.
However, after a short recap on the newest of fragrances’ visual material, let us go back to our main purpose which was making you the best-smelling jolie fille in the room for the rest of the fall days. So here are five of the newest bottled aromas out there. Each of them offers a complete different scented experience and totally different smells and spices. Let your smell sense fly with these next five new sensations.
Michael Kors Collection