This pollution cologne is by Comme des Garcons and it may not smell like roses if you were wondering. It may seem strange, but the fashion house has created some interesting scented perfumes and this is just one of them. This pollution cologne has notes of grass, leaves, pollen and bit of pollution.
Although it sounds unpleasing, i'm sure the scent isn't too harsh. After all, the brand does expect the pollution cologne to sell. I can't say I would be eager to try this out but I am curious to know how the end product would smell on someone.
This has got me thinking, if this brand created a pollution cologne, what else could be cultivated into a bottle?
This Pollution Cologne Gives New Meaning to Smelling Like Garbage
1. Unconventional Fragrances - There is a trend of creating fragrances with unconventional scents to appeal to consumers looking for unique experiences.
2. Eco-friendly Personal Care - Personal care companies are developing products that appeal to environmentally-conscious consumers, including fragrances inspired by nature and pollution.
3. Sensory Marketing - Fragrance products are now being used in experiential marketing campaigns to enhance the immersive experience of customers.
1. Personal Care - Personal care industry can create eco-friendly, nature-inspired fragrances to appeal to consumers looking for sustainable products.
2. Marketing - Marketing industry can use fragrances in experiential campaigns to create immersive experiences.
3. Fashion and Accessories - Fashion industry can develop unconventional fragrance products to appeal to consumers looking for unique fashion statements.