October 15, 2009 | 4 Comments
Designed by 3 Deep Design | Country: Australia
“What if a fragrance could be more than just sensuality, intrigue and allure? What if it could represent something that you stand for, something you believe in and hope for?
Introducing The Six Scents Global Fragrance Initiative. Six Scents: Series Two is the second year that 3 Deep Design has collaborated with Metaproject on this amazing initiative. Annually, the project presents a distinct group of six prominent artists and perfumers to develop a limited edition series of fragrances to help raise money for charity. The collection represents a worldwide spectrum of contemporary perspectives on creativity, culture
Six Scents: Series Two features fragrances by the following renowned perfumers and designers in partnership with leading fragrance producer Givaudan.
1. Phillip Lim & Natalie Gracia-Cetto
2. Damir Doma & Yann Vasnier
3. Henrik Vibskov & Louise Turner
4. House of Holland & Stephen Nilsen
5. Richard Nicoll & Rodrigo Flores-roux
6. Toga & Alexandra Kosinski
3 Deep Design also had the pleasure of collaborating with video artist, Marco Brambilla, botanical sculptural artist, Azuma Makoto and photographer Justin Edward John Smith.
Each designer fragrance is offered in a limited quantity of 2,000 with a percentage of the net proceeds go towards the charity, Pro-Natura.
In speaking about the project, METAPROJECT – Creative Director, Kaya Sorhaindo comments “Six Scents is a celebration of our ability to respond creatively to challenges both human and environmental”.
As with every project established by 3 Deep Design, The Six Scents Global Fragrance Initiative epitomises our bespoke approach, collaborative ethos and ability to deliver solutions across a wide range of media. Launched in October 2009 in New York, Tokyo, Seoul and London.
Six Scents: Series One made its debut in over 90 of the finest boutiques and department stores around the globe including 10 Corso Como, Joyce, Cosmic Wonder, Colette, Surface2Air, New Museum Store, Seven New York and Assin.”
Check out Series One if you haven’t seen it.