Calvin Klein know a thing or two about creating iconic perfumes. CK One, the brand’s first gender neutral fragrance, created by Alberto Morillas in 1994, became the scent of the 90s. Synonymous with freedom, rebellion and ambivalence, it captured a generation, selling 20 bottles each second at its peak. But with it’s progressive stance and inclusive ethos, it feels just as relevant today.
It’s why the brand has given the iconic fragrance a new spin, to resonate with the millennials and Gen Z’s of today “who illustrate the many sides of themselves and redefine boundaries,” says the brand. The scent itself is still that familiar citrus, but this time, with notes of blue tea and cedarwood to make generate (in theory) a scent that will appeal to everyone. I asked Team GLAMOUR to blind sniff the scent and give me their honest opinion.
CK Everyone, £42