Nendo's Fandango Perfume Package Design

Some years ago, Nendo participated in an exhibition where designers were asked to create bottles for defunct perfume brands.

“We were asked to undertake the perfume named Fandango by Koehler, which gained popularity in Russia in the 19th century. However, apart from the image of the perfume bottle, hardly any information on neither the fragrance nor the background to the product was available. So we decided to determine the outline of the perfume bottle and express its silhouette with the tube inside.”

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“The tubes come in two types, one is a gradation of cold colours and the other is a gradation of warm colours. The perfume bottles were respectively named Fandango -12.3 ºC and Fandango +23.1 ºC, to suggest the average temperatures of the winters and summers in Moscow where Koehler used to be. These two colours of the temperatures also represent the cool, fresh scent of the winters and the warm, passionate scent of the summers.”

Source: core77

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