Floral Street Gives a New Look to Vincent van Gogh’s Painting and Launches a Fragrance
Despite the fact that sunflowers do not smell, Michelle Feeney created a fragrance inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s famous painting. Floral Street has presented a Sunflower Pop scent, based on Sunflowers, painted by Van Gogh in 1889. The perfume company is planning to launch the product in August, and this is the first Van Gogh’s museum beauty collaboration. The museum, located in Amsterdam, features more than 1,000 paintings and drawings created by Van Gogh and is considered his largest art collection.
Feeney, who signed a four-year contract was inspired by the artist’s work, gives a new look to art and fragrances. The company originated in 2017, has also announced the becoming of an official supplier for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.
Sunflower Pop is an aromatic water that consists of fruity and citrus notes, namely bergamot, mandarin, honey, and Bellini. The idea of creating a fragrance was to transform the pure beauty of the south of France. The product is also cruelty-free and packaged in reusable boxes like other brand’s fragrances. The prices range from 30 to 129 dollars depending on the size of the bottle. The perfume features a picture of the painting along with the artist’s signature on the front and back.
Sunflower Pop is planning to arrive on Sunday and you can buy it right in the museum. The product is going to appear in stores later this year.