Perfume Tools by Jody Kocken
by Harry / October 25, 2012


An allergy to perfume prompted Jody Kocken to find another way to wear a fragrance.



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Kocken developed Perfume Tools, a series of industrial jewellery pieces that can be attached to the opening of a perfume bottle. Once in place, the jewellery absorbs the scent, then when worn, work as fragrance diffusers.


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In places where the skin is most vulnerable, the precious metal is warmed up so that the scent can travel. Any skin contact with the perfumed liquid is thus avoided.


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Says Kocken, "All the pieces came together automatically. It was no longer about solving problems but about designing a product that represented [me] as a designer." 



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Photos: Rene van der Hulst, Jody Kocken

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