I decided I had to test out the first fragrance from Viktor & Rolf, the oddly-named Flowerbomb. The fragrance is a collaboration between the Dutch designers and L'Oreal. The perfume, which comes in a grenade-meets-faceted-jewel bottle, has top notes of tea and bergamot, with a multi-floral middle of orchid, freesia, and rose, and a patchoulli base. The resulting fragrance is not so much a flower explosion as it is sweetness overload. The fragrance doesn't quite seem in line with Viktor & Rolf's avant-garde design aesthetic, it seems rather mainstream and accessible, which was the duo's goal. The fragrance is also a fast-fader. What complex layers there were quickly thinned down to a generic light floral. The 3.4 ounce spray sells for $150.