concept picture by Stavros Papayiannis

What would make a new fragrance launch the talk of the town? Well, KORRES has the answer. The Greek skincare brand’s new perfume arrival turned into a celebration, a tribute to the fragrance itself.

The Greek skincare brand’s new perfume arrival  turned into a celebration, a tribute to the fragrance itself. A great occasion for W‘s Jane Larkworthy and NYLON‘s Fiorella Valdesolo to share their testimonials with us. Also a challenge for Roja Dove, world’s sole Profeseur De Parfums to dig deeply into fragrance’s unique features and reveal them to the rest of us.

concept picture by Stavros Papayiannis

Stavros Papayiannis with his beautiful concept pictures, Thanos Samaras and his Blythe doll Mary Collins and also the design team Greece is for Lovers joined this homage to the perfume.

There is a saying,
“if a picture can speak a thousand words,
then a scent can speak a thousand volumes. ”
Perfume, we salute you!


concept picture by Stavros Papayiannis

The frag-zine KORRES created especially for its fragrance launch, the editorial concept of which was developed by the brand’s global Communications Director, George Anthoulakis.
This frag-zine  was distributed to specially selected Fashion Gurus and Beauty Experts who attended this great event.
Be among the first to enjoy the festive atmosphere and share this limited edition album of fashion and art.

κ2 design, the team behind the design and materialisation of the frag-zine, developed 500 hand-made covers using various multi-colour stamps, adding therefore a truly collectible dimension to the project.

Thanos Samaras and his Blythe doll Mary Collins for KORRES limited edition magazine

Thanos Samaras is a rising talent that caused sensation some years ago when he first appeared on Athens’ theatre scene. He continues to surprise us every single time with the way he brings his characters to life, including his most recent outstanding performance of Osvald, in Ibsen’s Ghosts, one of the biggest hits during the last Athens Summer Festival. In his free time, Samaras is a doll-curator and his fixation with Blythe Dolls was finally officially recognised, when he was presented with an award during the annual international Blythe Doll Design contest held in Tokyo earlier this year.