Everything by Lernert & Sander is Made of 1,400 Separate Fragrances

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 6, 2013 • References: lernertandsander & psfk
Everything by Lernert & Sander is the latest perfume to be unveiled this year. Intriguingly, it does not come with a celebrity name in tow, although it could very well be attached to 1,400 different stars. That is because it was created using every single perfume created in 2012. Amsterdam-based artists Lernert Engelberts and Sander Plug combined them into one big pot like a savoury soup.

1,400 perfume samples were used to concoct Everything by Lernert & Sander. Filling a 1.5-liter bottle cleverly hand-blown to look like one giant sample, the perfume is currently being showcased at Colette in Paris, France. Visitors will have the rare chance to try the scent. Of course, they should be warned it might not be pleasant. Stats for Perfume Soup Concoctions Trending: Older & Chilly
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