Posted 9 years ago
Welcome to the purest 80s style!
No doubt these perfumes were intended for young adults... the shapes are so blatantly 80s, as well as the colour scheme (black and red in both of them)... But I have to admit I really like them... perhaps because I can understand the period they were designed in.
I like the fact he used the broad curvy shapes, even the ArtDéco-ish look of Eighteen. Let's remember they were made at the end of the 1980s, the time of the Art Deco revival and postmodernism (the Memphis Group and so on...).