Niche fragrance house Kilian Paris, owned by The Estée Lauder Companies, has partnered with Shinsegae Duty Free to open the Kilian Bar concept at Incheon International Airport.
The eye-catching pop-up is the brand’s first-ever store at the airport and runs until 8 November.
The immersive installation showcases the perfume house’s best-selling fragrances including Good Girl Gone Bad, Angel’s Share and Black Phantom. Its signature scent, Good Girl Gone Bad features key notes of osmanthus, orange blossom and tuberose.
In addition, the pop-up highlights various interactive elements including a photo booth where travellers can take souvenir photos while listening to music at the Silent Disco.
A Shinsegae Duty Free spokesperson said: “We are happy to introduce the pop-up store of Kilian Paris perfume, which is considered a work of art, to domestic and foreign tourists for the first time at Incheon International Airport.”
Kilian Paris was founded in 2007 by Kilian Hennessy, from the highly esteemed family behind the leading Cognac house Hennessy.
Hennessy sought to “put perfumery back on its pedestal” by blending traditional techniques with his own modern twist.