With so many new fragrances launching for spring, it's hard to keep up but the Calvin Klein CK EveryOne Eau de Toilette is a little different to the majority of new launches. CK One is known as Calvin Klein's first unisex fragrance, and was a global phenomenon after its launch in 1994.
Over the years, many brands have tried to copy but nothing compares to the original CK One. However the new CK EveryOne could be about to overtake its original form..
Calvin Klein CK EveryOne Eau de Toilette
The glass bottle, which is recyclable once the pump is removed, features an elastic logo band, in homage to classic Calvin Klein Underwear, that can be worn and reused. Love every one of you in CK EVERYONE.
Top Notes: Organic Orange essential oil, Ginger
Heart Notes: Blue tea accord, Watery notes
Base Notes: Cedarwood, Patchouli, Amber
The Calvin Klein CK EveryOne Eau de Toilette is available in two large sizes; 100ml and 200ml, priced between £42 and £59. I think the whole genderless fragrance concept is great, as the original version was so popular.
Especially with a glass bottle that contains 10% post-consumer recycled materials and a folding carton that contains 30% post-consumer recycled materials. It's described as being a fresh-citrusy and woody, and the nose behind the fragrance is Alberto Morillas.