Elixir perfume
for
Kenzo
by Jean-François D'Or

Ephemeral moment



Le chant du coquelicot, song of the poppy flower, sings the awakening of the red sun. 

Flower by Kenzo praises its emblematic poppy flower and its new Elixir perfume through this Chant du coquelicot ephemeral moment; world tour of flamboyant golden dawns.

Brussels, October 2015, Mode Parcours Mad Brussels, Atelier Coppens.


Material

Le chant du coquelicot | 5000 leaves of gold | Clocks | Ventilators | Lights | Musics. 

Forêt rouge | 400 Kenzo Elixir perfume bottles | Red lights | Picture Marc Riboud, 1967.

Bouquet circus | 200 hanging poppy flowers | Color lights.

Empreinte collective | Natural flower ink | Visitors thumb prints.


Le chant du coquelicot

See presentation and video.


Design

Jean-François D'Or 

Thanks to Kenzo team, Emmanuel Mathot, Isabelle Rousseau and Frédérique Ficheroule for their collaboration.


Client

Flower by Kenzo | Kenzo


Pictures © Stéphanie Derouaux



Flower by Kenzo praises its emblematic poppy flower and its new Elixir perfume through this Chant du coquelicot ephemeral moment; world tour of flamboyant golden dawns. Le chant du coquelicot, song of the poppy flower, sings the awakening of the red sun. Brussels, October 2015, Mode Parcours Mad Brussels, Atelier Coppens.

Le chant du coquelicot, song of the poppy flower, sings the awakening of the red sun.
In the French etymology, the word coquelicot, meaning poppy flower, was « coquelicoq » and cames from the French word « coq », meaning cock. Into the fields, the poppy flower was confused with the red head of the familiar bird; solar animal yelling the rising sun at the beginning of the day.


Le chant du coquelicot.