If perfume bottles are like little works of art that dress up bedroom vanities, then we've found the eye-catching modern piece to round out your collection. Moschino's latest fragrance, Fresh Couture Eau de Toilette
, $82, is designed to look like a bottle of Windex, and is the kind of pop art perfection that we're sure would bring a smile to Andy Warhol's face.
Part of designer Jeremy Scott's Car Wash Couture spring/summer collection for the Italian label, the kitschy bottle spares no detail in creating a haute take on the household item. The bottle comes complete with a warning to wearers, cautioning them "this perfume may make you feel fresh." And much like multi-surface cleaners, the fragrance boasts versatility, advising wearers that the scent "works great" for various situations, like work, on a date or to a formal event. (Just make sure you don't waste the sweet scent by accidentally reaching for it the next time you clean your windows.)
And speaking of scent, Moschino's Fresh smells nothing like the lemony, ammonia-ridden cleansers you stock underneath the kitchen sink. On the contrary, Fresh features top notes of Bergamont, Mandarin and Ylang, Ylang grounded by sylvan base notes of cedar wood and white patchouli. At its core, the light fragrance features feminine hints of white peony, raspberry and osmanthus.
And if you're not sold on the perfect-for-warm-weather scent or the cheeky bottle, you may be interested in the fact that Fresh offers fans of Scott's distinctive designs a relatively affordable way to get their hands on the Car Wash Couture collection. (After all, a dress from the capsule featuring the Fresh Couture design will cost you a little over $400.) Another plus? The sturdy bottle will stand the test of time, making this a truly worthwhile collectible to add to your museum-worthy assortment of perfume bottles.