The attractiveness of perfume is not only the unique and beautiful fragrance, but also the exquisite perfume bottle design. Throughout history, the design of perfume bottles is an ancient art, and its development is also a history of competition for “appearance”.
Nowadays, designers have put more thought into the design of perfume bottles. With high “value” and novel design concepts, they can stand out from many perfume brands. This issue of Zivarly will take you back to the next century of perfume bottle design.
Spray perfumes were the most popular in the early twentieth century. Among them, the most famous series of DeVilbiss perfume bottles are not only curvy, but the top and body of the bottle are decorated with exquisite floral patterns, and they have become popular once they are launched.
Although the fancy and exquisite bottle made perfume very popular throughout the early 20th century, the trend of minimalism promoted by designers such as Coco Chanel was even more loved by people after the First World War. For example, Chanel No. 5 perfume, they chose a simple rectangular shape, using glass as a bottle stopper, and a paper label. On the contrary, the simple design attracts more attention.
World War II ended in the mid-1940s, and creative perfume bottle designs began to resurge. Different companies launched the same wonderful bottle designs. They used paintings on the bottles or decorated with metal and plastic products to differentiate different brands with personalized designs. . For example, Germaine Lecomte’s Soir de Fête perfume was a very common bottle design style at that time.
During this period, designer brands began to continuously launch their own perfumes. The combination of fashion and perfume bottles became more popular. For example, the retro version of Miss Dior designed by Christian Dior. A big selling perfume brand after perfume No. 5.
In the 1980s, perfume was introduced with a built-in atomizer, and perfume became easy to use and convenient for the first time. With the development of the times, perfume bottles have become disposable items. For example, this Polo Sport by Ralph Lauren looks like a bottle of shampoo and is more integrated into people’s daily life.
Nowadays, there are more perfume bottles designed by celebrities and fashion designers on the market, and a large number of complex and bold designs have emerged. For example, Lady Gaga’s “Fame” perfume has an oval bottle with a golden beetle-shaped lid and a black perfume liquid in the bottle.