With a name like Wonderwood, a cologne has to really bring it or risk becoming the laughing stock of the fragrance community — yes, that’s a real community. Lucky for Comme des Garçons, when they introduced their now-hit cologne in 2010, they a) nailed the potion’s forest-y, nostril-pleasing mixture and b) didn’t package the concoction in a tree-shaped bottle.
Now, painter and perfume connoisseur Lindy Foss-Quillet and carpenter Frederic Couderc have created a vice-like house to cradle the smooth-bottomed flask-like bottle, thus improving not only Wonderwood’s safety, but also making it perfect to display in your bedroom or bathroom. You know, if you’re into that kind of thing.
Side Note: If a bottle of cologne doesn’t last at least 1 year, use WAY less.