15 Craziest Perfume Bottle Ever

Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj

What better way to show her love for herself than to bring out her own line of perfume which is housed in bottles that look like her? All these little Nicki Minaj clones create her perfect world.

Inspired by nature

Inspired by nature

A Kazakh designer by the name of Igor Mitin came up with these perfume bottles that would look great around the house as decorations whilst still serving their main function; to carry perfume.



Environmental

Environmental

Called the Leroux, this carton made “bottle” works as a spring - when you squeeze it, perfume comes out and when you let go, it pops back up. They are also able to be flattened in order to recycle when finished with.

Ballerina

Ballerina

Former ballerina Betsey Johnson designed these perfume bottles out of the love of her former profession. Her passion for dance inspired this perfume which is known as Too Too, released in 2011.



Czech Glass bottle

Czech Glass bottle

Famous for its beauty and elegance, Czech glass was always going to be a great choice for perfume bottles appealing to those who like their perfume to look, well, beautiful and elegant. The best come adorned with stones and gems.

Harajaku Lovers

Harajaku Lovers

This one belongs to singer Gwen Stefani. Her perfumes appear to resemble cartoon girls with varying hairstyles and clothing. They are clearly very original and creative. Just don’t let the young children mistakes them for toys.



DKNY Golden Delicious Eau de Parfum

DKNY Golden Delicious Eau de Parfum

This luxury perfume is designed only for those with way too much cash to throw around as it is priced at around one million dollars. So you might want to use it sparingly. It was never going to be a simple design with that price tag.

Hula Lei Heart Perfume with Carved Palm Tree

Hula Lei Heart Perfume with Carved Palm Tree

This Hawaiian theme uses vintage bottles of various styles housed in wooden designs with floral and fruit flavoured scents. This one is a great example with a palm tree design on the heart shaped carving.



Vintage Avon Perfume Bottles

Vintage Avon Perfume Bottles

All the lovely little things; kitties, angels, goslings and even eggs have been inspirations for Avon perfumes in times gone by. These days though, in comparison to modern bottles, they look like children’s toys.

Golliwog Design

Golliwog Design

This is a favourite children’s hero form old British books. It makes for a pretty damn weird perfume bottle though doesn’t it? A French perfume maker called Vigny made these back in the day and they are now part of a rare vintage collection.



Moon Fragment

Moon Fragment

The see-through design and single diamond in the design here was specifically made for Cartier Paris and symbolises the history and prestige of the Cartier luxury brand. A Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka created two unique bottle for the French jeweller.

Golden and Silver Fragrances of Ramon Molvizar

Golden and Silver Fragrances of Ramon Molvizar

Ramon Molvizar is all about luxury and exclusivity, so it was never going to be cheap. Which now makes a bit more sense that the perfumes each contained one gram of gold and the bottles were made of crystals.



Cup cakes

Cup cakes

These guys really wanted to make something tasty didn’t they? The only problem here is that they look so much like the real thing that they may cause problems if they get in to the wrong hands. The hands of children.

Vintage bottles

Vintage bottles

These guys decided that it would be a great idea to have 19th Century bronze with a Mother of Pearl shell which opens to reveal four petite perfume bottles. French masters decorated the treasure with views of Paris. Fair enough….



Flinstones

Flinstones

This looks like the sort of thing that Fred Flinstone may have bought Wilma for Valentine’s Day. Mads Hagstroem Studio designed it from granite. Other Danish designs include a stone toothbrush, razor and powder box.