London-based designer Kiko Kostadinov has launched a new collaboration with retaW, tapping into the fragrance brand’s expertise to create a solid perfume. Working with the Tokyo-based label, Kostadinov has created a genderless scent that is made in Japan and packaged in a portable tube.
The fragrance is designed with a bright and clear scent, with a blend of cedarwood, sandalwood and leather, along with hints of vetiver and musk. Rounding out the design, the solid perfume is packaged into a gripseal bag debossed to one face, which also features two holes to allow the perfume to be carried with you. Each tube comes in a set of two.
Take a look at the solid perfume in the gallery above. The Kiko Kostadinov x retaW fragrance has released in time for National Fragrance Week, and is available now from the Kiko Kostadinov web store.
For more fragrances, Byredo recently launched a limited-edition “Open Sky” fragrance.