Pepé Le Pew Fragrance Bottle

Pepe Le Pew Cologne Perfume

I mentioned this in the earlier Penelopé Pussycat post, but I’ve been meaning to use Pepé for a long time. It seems fitting he should be placed on a fragrance bottle of some sort.

Now having a skunk on a fragrance bottle might be a huge turn-off for the unknowing consumer. For those who do know Pepé, this imagery is more about personality than odor. It is about romance, confidence, determination, and persistence. Maybe some obliviousness as well.

Given the choice, I’d love to pick something like this up over a can of AXE spray, for instance. This Pepé bottle is charming, whereas the AXE brand is horrific in it’s overall identity.

I did find this one item available online, which depicts Pepé and Penelopé on a perfume bottle. It’s nice but I think a more manly item is needed, something that can reside in the men’s grooming section by the CK and BRUT and all those fancy brands.

Here is the logo, though it can be given any name. A few alternates: Chase, Allo Darleeng, and Resist-a-Moi.

Pepe Le Pew Cologne Perfume

I was just looking at the bottle mockup above – and this was completely unintentional – but Pepé’s tail is aimed at the bottle opening. It’s like the source of the fragrance. Clever placement, but accidental I assure you!

6 thoughts on “Pepé Le Pew Fragrance Bottle

  1. This is an AMAZING IDEA! I always have been a HUGE Pepe Le Pew fan! And putting him on a bottle of cologne would instantaneously draw fans (like myself) to it. I think It’s a great Idea! He’s such a badass! He’s a romantic, oversexed guy who happens to SMELL AWFUL! but he doesn’t let that get in the way of his ego and determination. I can also connect this to a person who doesn’t fit in (like myself). I stand out from the crowd. I choose to make myself look different from everyone else (I’m a white guy who has an afro, wears tie dye shirts & bandannas… And happen to have a shirt of Pepe myself, just cause I love him.) Random people / strangers rarely talk to me cause I quote “stink” (don’t fit in with the crowd). But underneath it all I myself am also a VERY romantic person, I just never get a chance to show it cause women run away from me cause I look strange and don’t fit in, or what I would say in Pepe’s words “I stink”. And that’s how I make the connection.

    But anyway…. I really think someone NEEDS! to make this and market it, It would do great! I would defiantly go get this in a heartbeat. It wouldn’t even matter what it smells like, (though I think it would be awesome if it was a really thick, musky smell.) Just the simple fact that he’s on the bottle would be enough to get someone to buy it. I sure would, and if your a big Pepe Le Pew fan I think you would agree with me 100%.

    Like I said in the beginning of this… it’s an AMAZING IDEA! SOMEONE NEEDS TO MAKE THIS!!!

    1. Thanks for endoresement Travis! I always apreciate it when someone is as enthusiastic about one of my posts as I am.

      It would be great if Warner Bros or a fragrance company decided to run with this. Would be a hit in my opinion.

      At the same time, would be a great novelty bottle that you can buy empty and put whatever fragrance you want in it. I’d also love to just make decals available for people to affix to their plain bottles (or bottles stripped of labels).

  2. I once saw a Pepe le pew perfume in Deep Elum in a little shop in Dallas. It was a bottle shaped like him and filled with a segment. Only saw it once and wanted it so bad but I was a kid and couldn’t afford it. I think this is a fabulous idea! There is only one other perfume bottle out there for him and it comes empty, (besides the one original I saw of him described above) this is just a fabulous idea! I would so buy it!!

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