These Perfumes Were Designed to Appeal to Both Men and Women

 - Aug 17, 2016
References: phlur & hypebeast
Created by 'PHLUR,' these gender-neutral fragrances work to oppose gender norms and standards.

Not only are these fragrances intended to be unisex, they are also created in a way that minimizes their impact on the environment. The brand uses synthetic alternatives that forgo the need to use Natural Indian Sandalwood or the Styrax tree -- both of which are depleting resources that are commonly used in scents. The bottles are opaque and cubic in shape and were made from 20% recycled glass. The gender-neutral fragrances are also light resistant which ensures that the scent remains strong for as long as possible.

These unisex perfumes come in a variety of different scents that were designed to appeal to multiple demographics at once.