Twenty-one years after the release on the market of Ck One, the first unisex perfume in history, Calvin Klein takes up the challenge of once again being able to create a perfume that embodies the codes of contemporaneity: thus Ck2 was born. Ck2 celebrates the diversity of people and the bonds between them: it is a tribute to the generation called 'millennials' and is defined as a free-gender fragrance. Its woody-fresh composition opens with spicy notes of wasabi combined with fresh notes of mandarin and violet leaves; in the heart floral accords and hints of wet pebbles; the base notes are woody with vetiver, sandalwood and incense. Calvin Klein Ck2 comes in a particular bottle, with a minimalist, transparent design, turned upside down, whose square cap also acts as a support base. The advertising campaign is signed by the American photographer Ryan McGinley and features 4 different, pure and passionate couples.