What’s in Victon’s Bag?

Korean fashion magazine The Star has recently posted What’s In My Bag? interviews with the members of the K-Pop band Victon. All of them showed their favourite beauty products and perfumes.

Let’s start with Se-jun.

In his backpack there’s Le Labo Santal 33, a woody/powdery fragrance created by Frank Voelkl and launched in 2011.

Chan has two perfumes in his Louis Vuitton shoulder bag.

The first is Yves Saint Laurent L’Homme eau de toilette, a warm spicy scent created by Anne Flipo, Pierre Wargnye, Dominique Ropion and Juliette Karagueuzoglou, and launched in 2006.

The second is Maison Francis Kurkdjian Aqua Universalis eau de toilette, a citrus fragrance created by Francis Kurkdjian and launched in 2009.

The band’s leader, Seung-sik, has opted for Byredo Super Cedar, a woody fragrance created by Jerome Epinette and launched in 2016.

Byung-chan doesn’t show any perfumes but a beauty product – Jo Malone Vitamin E lip conditioner.

Han-se stands out by showing a perfume that looks like Byredo (same bottle) but it’s not! He explains he made it himself at a perfume bar in Seoul. When asked what it smells like, he said: “freshly-cut grass”.

Su-bin first shows a skincare product – Byredo Bal d’Afrique hand cream.

Like Chan, he has two perfumes in his Louis Vuitton bag.

One is Le Labo Another 13, an amber woody fragrance created by Nathalie Lorson and launched in 2010.

The other is Frederic Malle Musc Ravageur, a warm spicy perfume created by Maurice Roucel and launched in 2000.

Out of all the perfumes shown by Victon’s members, this is the one I would love to try: Su-bin points out the cedar and cinnamon notes, which I think are very intriguing.

2 thoughts on “What’s in Victon’s Bag?”

  1. If you want to try Musc Ravageur and live near a branch of L’Erbolario you can try / buy their eau de toilette Méharees – it’s a near identical scent to Musc Ravageur, if anything, slightly nicer

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