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Comme des Garçons

"Comme des Garçons" perfumes share the same spirit as the clothes inspired by Rei Kawabuko, the founder of these brand: innovative, nonconformist, disconcerting, unique.


Founded in 1969 by designer Rei Kawakubo, fashion house Comme des Garçons has always been known for its avant garde style, its clothing being more akin to artistic concept than simple fashion. Finding success outside Kawakubo’s native Japan in the 1980s, the following decade Comme des Garçons expanded into producing fragrances, with Comme des Garçons Parfums. The first eponymous fragrance was launched in 1994 and created by Mark Buxton, who went on to design several more.

In 1992, the artist Christian Astuguevieille met the designer Rei Kawakubo in Japan. From this unexpected encounter, born a true collaboration. 
Christian Astuguevieille became in 1994, the artistic director for Comme des Garçons Perfume. 
At all creations he imposed a leitmotiv: "stimulate our five senses, shake our perceptions, always wonder."

Each of them wrote a chapter in the olfactive history of Comme des Garçons...
Mark Buxton signed the first fragrance "Comme des Garçons". Antoine Maisondieu inspired the "Monocle" collection with "Scent One Hinoki", "Scent Two Laurel" and "Scent Three Sugi". Antoine Lie created "Dover Street Market" and "Wonderwood". Bertrand Duchaufour gave birth to the "Serie 3" with "Incense Avignon" and "Incense Kyoto".

DOT - Inspired by the love of Rei Kawakubo for the Osmanthus tree in blossom that adorns the parks and roadsides all over Japan during autumn. The fifth in house Comme des Garcons fragrance created by perfumer Lucas Sieuzac.