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Parfums CARON x Victoria/Tomas
For the first time, Parfums CARON has collaborated with a ready-to-wear brand to create a unique capsule collection, inspired by its heritage, innovation and uniqueness. VICTORIA/TOMAS has developed a collection of bold silhouettes inspired by three fragrances:
* Tabac Blond (1919)
* Pour Un Homme de CARON (1934)
* Musc Oli (2023)
Musc Oli, 2023
The youngest fragrance of La Maison CARON has been reinterpreted by the designers in a short dress inspired by science fiction and the colors of space.
The design of the dress, hand-woven from dozens of materials including leather, satin, silk organza, in which no beginning or end is visible, creates a sense of travel into deep fantasy and futurism.
The look’s styling includes an oversized down jacket in bright purple nylon and an O-shaped bottle of Oli Musk around the neck as an amulet.
Co-created by Olivia de Rothschild and Jean Jacques, the perfumer froom Maison CARON, Musc Oli is a fascinating exploration.
A bold fragrance that opens the doors to a world that is both singular and familiar: our inner world.
Pour Un Homme de CARON, 1934
Victoria and Tomas cross the boundaries of masculine and feminine, taking inspiration from three bottles in black, white and aqua with touches of metallic elements in each bottle.
The designers mimic them in both masculine and feminine silhouettes using the same clothing for both, styled with custom leather bottle holders. The looks for these fragrances are an unusual mix of loose, stretchy cargo pants and men’s tank tops with silk organza, mostly used in high fashion, making them sheer, ultra airy, but at the same time urban and lively.
As well as dark denim and white satin suits with metallic vertical stripes that remain both day and night.
TABAC BLOND, 1919
Inspired by the historical scent and narrative, the designers desired to create several looks that are very feminine and tomboyish at the same time, women’s suits in black with patch pockets featuring a hand-lined pattern of tobacco leaves, as well as a short V neck dress with a symmetrical appliqué imitating tobacco leaves and all sorts of textures around it, which would also look like a painting from an old advertisement of Tabac Blond from 1919 that plays with colors and textures to create a positive, natural, and all-time classic feel.
Created for men, Tabac Blond launched at the start of the Roaring Twenties, was massively adopted flappers, those slender women who displayed themselves in trousers, worked, drove and smoked.
This avant-garde perfume of great elegance became the symbol of their emancipation.
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