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Perfume review: Flowerbomb is an explosion of florals

Flowerbomb perfume by Viktor & RolfFire in the hole!  Pull the pin on this purchase and you'll be the talk of the town.

Quirky Dutch design duo Viktor & Rolf have been taking the fashion world by storm with their politically-charged haute couture, bringing a sense of humour and the golden Midas touch to all that they do. Their debut perfume -- Flowerbomb -- is a global triumph, and epitomizes their avant-garde aesthetic and penchant for perfection.

Flowerbomb is a tongue-in-cheek celebration of contrasts; a resolutely feminine perfume housed in a fragile glass flacon shaped like a hand-grenade. This clever interplay between the delicate and the downright dangerous has resulted in one of the world's most appreciated scents in modern times.

True to its name, Flowerbomb is an explosion of florals - orange blossom, freesias, jasmine and rose all burst from the bottle and cascade over a lip-smacking honeyed amber/patchouli heart. There is a distinctly gourmand aspect to this perfume too - a quality that gives the scent a delicate "spun-sugar" undertone, but one that is somehow mature and sophisticated. It is a lethal composition that you'll find highly addictive!

Viktor and Rolf have approached this perfume with the same editing eye as they do their fashion. It is both highly evolved and intensely desirable; something that makes it loved by and accessible to many. 

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