Andy Warhol’s You’re In Eau de Toilette
Andy Warhol’s You’re In Eau de Toilette is a fragrance by Comme des Garcons. The notes of this fragrance are Bitter orange, aldehydes, makrut lime zest, jasmine, coriander leaf, pittosporum, cashmere wood, musk, metallic amber
You’re In – Say that three times fast, and you can’t help but let out an impish laugh. The title of a 1967 artwork by the godfather of Pop Art, Andy Warhol, You’re In consisted of Coca-Cola bottles spray-painted his classic silver, and filled with a strange citrus cologne akin to urine (get the pun?) Now reimagined as a chic fragrance by Comme des Garcons, You’re In stays true to its avant-garde roots, from the sleek silvery bottle to the zingy, metallic scent within.
In a nod to Andy Warhol’s multiples, You’re In is released as a singular scent but in different unique collectible bottles, inscribed with varying famous quotes by the artist. But the true star here is the fragrance itself – the top notes open in a thirst-quenching burst of bitter orange and zesty makrout lime bubbling atop Comme des Garcons’ signature soapy-herbaceous aldehydes. It’s a shimmering, scrubbed-clean kind of sophisticated, and completed with pittosporum, a hyper-concentrated twin of orange blossom, and a softening hint of jasmine. Like a cold splash of water from a technicolor fountain, Andy Warhol’s You’re In leaves a mark as iconic as old Andy himself.
Please note that Andy Warhol’s You’re In is a singular fragrance, available in different packaging options – each with a specific quote on the bottle and box:
“Art is what you can get away with.””I never fall apart, because I never fall together.””I never read, I just look at pictures.””If everybody is not a beauty, then nobody is.””In the future everybody will be world famous for fifteen minutes.”