Introducing 'Everything' - The Perfume That Combines 1,400 Fragrance Samples Into One Giant 1.5 Liter Bottle.
Everything is a perfume by directors and artists Lernert & Sander consisting of new fragrances that were launched in 2012.
Over the last year Lernert & Sander collected almost 1,400 samples of newly launched fragrances.
By mixing the content of all of these bottles, they created 1.5 liter of Everything.
This unique (and I'm guessing, odiferous) perfume comes in a specially designed and hand blown bottle, an enlargement of a classic sample bottle.
If you're in Paris between March 1st to 9th, the bottle will be showcased at Colette on 213 Rue St-Honoré where you can have a rare chance to try it.
Concept & Design: Lernert & Sander
Producer: Maarten Le Roy (Wrong)
Graphic design: Veronica Ditting
Styling: Ferry van der Nat
Light & technique: Ram van Meel
Carpenter: Hadewig Steenwinkel
Special thanks to Ferry van der Nat, all the people at Wrong and our interns David in den Bosch, Mathijs Kok & Derek van Egmond.
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