Flowerbomb, as its name suggests, has nothing quiet and subtle in it. It is a bomb of fragrant flower essences with a delicate gourmet touch. If flowers were made into a dessert, it would smell like Flowerbomb. It was launched on the tenth anniversary of the Viktor & Rolf brand in 2005. The diamond-shaped bottle created by Fabien Baron hides some of today’s most precious ingredients, sambac jasmine more expensive than gold itself, a rose from Provence, exotic orchid, and noble white freesia. The note of soothing tea combined with bergamot gives freshness to this composition, while patchouli grounds it and provides durability beyond any comparison.

Flowerbomb

I rarely come across a floral perfume that is not suffocating to me, and this is one of those. Despite the notes of rose de Mai, freesia, and orchid, Flowerbomb is surprisingly fresh and ready to play. When you put on this perfume, you announce your presence, joy, smile, and good mood to the world. Namely, with Flowerbomb it is impossible to be in a bad mood. One or two sprays are enough to color your world with optimism and bring all the colors of flowers into your life. Its durability is outstanding; it stays on the skin for over 8 hours. And as for the occasion when it should be worn, I would say like this, when you want to go unnoticed, don’t put a Flowerbomb.

June is the month when the air is filled with sweet, intoxicating scents of flowers, and with this perfume, you will harmonize perfectly with nature. Like the Roman goddess Flora, who left a floral trail behind wherever she went, the fragrant trail of indescribable beauty and seduction will remain behind you.

The goal of the creators of this brand, Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren, is to combine fashion and art, and with their perfumes and their clothing creations, they have managed to elevate everyday life to artistic heights. With Flowerbomb, your personality will be as expressive as Van Gogh’s Vase of Pink Roses, your appearance as impressive as Mane’s Lilies in a Vase. Your aura will sparkle like Monet’s lightest canvas dedicated to the play of sun and light.

[Fragrance notes] top notes: bergamot, tea, osmanthus; middle notes: jasmine sambac, freesia, rose, orchid; base notes: musk, patchouli.

[Fragrance group] oriental floral.

The creators of the perfume are Olivier Polge, Carlos Benaim, Domitille Bertier and Dominique Ropion.