I admit it's probably not the best idea to choose a perfume based on the packaging. But I'm totally guilty! Even though I really have no idea what Tom Ford's Neroli Portofino perfume actually smells like in person, I'm dying to own a bottle. Package design is about more than standing out on a shelf: it's about conveying a feeling or mood. Without smelling these fragrances I'm pretty sure I know which one I'd pick up based on my mood.
SOURCES | 1. Tom Ford | 2. Gucci | 3. Prada | 4. Cartier | 5. Nanette Lepore | 6. Bond No. 9 | 7. Chanel Homme | 8. Chanel | 9. Acqua di Parma
I've been on a simplification kick. Last weekend I threw away boxes and boxes and boxes stuff I had been holding onto for years. Love an empty shelf, a clean cabinet, a spotless counter.
Probably no coincidence that I'm gravitating toward simple, modern minimal package design lately as well.
SOURCES | 1. Beer | 2. Chocolate Bars | 3. Facial Oil | 4. Chocolate | 5. Soy Candle
| 6. Perfume