The Japanese brand Kenzo has a flair for the animalistic. (Have you seen its collaboration with H&M?) And somehow-- even though it's set at a gala in a gilded hotel-- the brand's new perfume ad channels jungle cats in a major way.
Directed by Spike Jonze, the film opens with a young woman seated at a stuffy dinner. Seeming perfectly demure, our heroine (played by Margaret Qualley) leans over to tell her table-mate that she'll be right back. Let's pause here to watch the video, and see if that table-mate looks familiar:
Did you catch that? The woman in the black dress, with teardrop-shaped crystal earrings, is Brandy from The People's Couch!
Things just heat up from there. When the young lady leaves the dining room, it's not to powder her nose. Instead, it's to leap and pounce around like a leopard in the wilderness. She also shoots lasers out of her perfectly manicured fingers, and bursts through thousands of flower petals in the shape of a floating eye. It's amazing what a little spritz can do.
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