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Sunday, June 10, 2007

Want it for the bottle: Daisy by Marc Jacobs

According to CosmeticNews.com, Marc Jacobs' new perfume, Daisy, is expected to attract a younger audience (18-25), but I find it hard to be annoyed, as the bottle, the work of Swedish designer Wilhelm Liden, looks extremely pretty, and I want it (unless the flowers on the cap are made of cheap plastic, which they probably are). The juice inside, authored by Alberto Morillas (Le Labo Tubereuse 40, S-perfumes Lust), is decribed as "fresh, sparkling floral" and is said to combine "the classic structure for which Marc Jacobs is known. It is a balance between classic and fun [concepts], the [classic] Marc Jacobs and the Marc by Marc Jacobs lines.” Daisy will launch in the US, UK and France at the end of August, in exclusive partnership with department stores Bloomingdales and Harvey Nicols and concept store Colette respectively, and worldwide in September. The EdT is priced €55.oo for 50ml and €80.00 for 100ml.

Image source, CosmeticNews.com.

9 Comments:

Blogger Faizan said...

To me, the bottle look like a laughing Kermit the frog dressed in drag ..

Do you still want it now ? :p

4:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Colombina (Marina) said...

OMG, it totally does :-D

4:04 PM EDT  
Blogger marchlion said...

Gak. I think Kermit's totally cute, but I bet that juice is too sweeeeeeeeeeeeet. Probably has lychee in it ;-)

7:30 AM EDT  
Blogger Colombina (Marina) said...

March,
The say it's fresh and sparkling. Which is quite scary, really. I bet it has pink grapefruit and pink pepper.

8:32 AM EDT  
Anonymous V. Dentata said...

Hello,
I am asking this only partly-tongue-in-cheek: would it be okay if the flowers were expensive plastic rather than cheap plastic? Some plastics are nicer than others...

9:32 PM EDT  
Blogger Colombina (Marina) said...

v. dentata,
Plastic that doesn't look cheap would be great :-) I don't care how much it cost them to use as long as it looks as if it cost a lot. :-)

9:36 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

According to a review the flowers are made of vinyl. But honestly if the perfume smells good the bottle shouldn't have that much of an influnece, no? I guess we'll just have to wait till August to see...

12:30 AM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fifty smackeroos for 100mls? I expect those darn flowers to contain gold!

4:14 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This has to be the perfume of the centuary!! I bought it and OMG, the smell is to die for!! Imagine daisy fields and no-ones around and to capture the moment, (and fragrance!!) you kick off your shoes and clothes and roll around naked with your loved one, mmmmmm, only 5oooo times better!! mmmmm

4:19 PM EDT  

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