Designer Jeremy Scott is known for his cutting-edge style and his irreverant spin on retro brand logos. Since the fashion-forward innovator has taken over iconic Italian fashion house Moschino as Creative Director in 2013, he has dressed countless celebs with colorful and imaginative designs fitted with spoofs of throwback logos—playing upon everything from Barbie to McDonald's golden arches.
He's now translated that whimsical inspiration into a fragrance bottle that looks like a cleaning product you might've used recently to clean your windows, appropriately titled "Fresh." The eau de parfum smells of mandarin and bergamot, white patchouli, and osmanthus and a touch of a woody favorite, clear wood.
The super fresh scent will be available November 1, and is sure to become the first "cleaning product" to earn a permanent place on your vanity and become a staple in your scent wardrobe.