Can you imagine a day when a formula one car could be made to look good across borders?Will there be a 3D printing perfume?
Formula one has announced it will launch five 3d-printed perfumes in April 2020.To keep fans interested, it has revealed a limited edition poster for a 3D printing perfume designed by contemporary designer Ross Lovegrove, who has worked as a design consultant for Louis vuitton, apple and dupont.The bottles are made with 3D printing technology and have a modern and technological feel. Each bottle costs $250.
DesignerParfums, the UK company behind formula one’s move into the beauty industry, is a UK beauty company focused on the development, marketing, production and distribution of high-end perfumes and beauty products around the world.Previously, DesignerParfums has completed perfume collaborations with many well-known brands, designers and film and television celebrities, including Jennifer Lopez, Naomi Campbell, Ariana Grande, Ghost, AignerParfums, Porsche Design, playboy, etc.
The five 3d-printed fragrances, launched in partnership with Designer Parfums, were inspired by formula one, with formula one marketing and communications director Ellie Norman saying in a statement: “the unique fragrances and bespoke formula one style bottles embody the dynamic nature of motorsport.”
“We are using the traditions and principles of the sport to build a unique perfume brand that blends perfume with the core values of formula one.”“Added Dilesh Mehta, Designer and chairman of Designer Parfums.It is worth noting that the product will use 3D printing technology.“Being the first perfume brand to use 3D printing is a huge achievement and challenge, and we hope to further drive this development in the coming years, when we will offer consumers the opportunity to design their own custom products.”He said.