Kenzo's latest is Vintage Edition, or more properly, ☮ by Kenzo Vintage Edition (that's a peace symbol, for those of you who don't have a browser capable of rendering one). It's a unisex fragrance, launched in honor of Kenzo's 20th anniversary as a perfume house:
The 1970's witnessed the arrival of Kenzo Takada on the Parisian fashion scene. To celebrate this era of exploration, life, and daring creativity, Kenzo reinvents the scent of the seventies with a limited edition unisex fragrance that captures the essence of freedom.
It's a fine scent, and while there's nothing daring about it, it's perfectly wearable. I'd wear it if I had some, but I can't say I'm moved to buy it — there are many more interesting creamy-woody comfort scents to be had. Which is too bad, because if, like me, you still retain some fondness for 1970s flower power design, the bottle is a keeper, and the outer packaging (there are four different box designs) is fun too. But what I like best of all is the ad (shown at top), and I kind of wish they'd done an equally wild bottle with more color.
Launch date: 2008 year.