Bijan DNA

DNA is a fragrance created by the renowned designer Bijan, which was released in 1993. Despite the packaging of the fragrance, which is comprised of a bottle shaped like spiraling strands of deoxyribonucleic acid, its name is said to have derived from the initials of Bijan’s children, Daniela, Nicolas, and Alexandra, not the nucleic acid. Yet, even from such origins, DNA perfume can be considered to have been inspired by genetics. Sold in both “his” and “hers” versions, DNA consists of a complex scent that mixes earthy blends of spices and amber with a floral bouquet.

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