Each year Marc Jacobs’ runaway hit fragrance Daisy is given a seasonal update, and Autumn/Winter 2010 is no different.
Loud. Bold. Vibrant. You wouldn’t normally associate such words with the clear and sweet innocence of the sunny Daisy juice, but prepare yourself. The latest limited edition flacon from the House of Jacobs is very special, because Daisy’s been all dressed up… in an eye-popping scarlet red.
The inspiration behind this new edition is Jacobs’ love of pop art – bursts of primary colours and bold designs that demand attention. The inherent modernity of pop art design explodes with energy and originality, offering a light-hearted alternative to more traditional, luxurious art forms.
The whimsy and frivolity of the Daisy scent makes it a perfect match for the subversive attitude of the pop art scene, an exciting mix of uptown luxury with a relaxed, downtown vibe.
The scent is slightly richer than the Daisy Eau de Toilette, comprising luscious Wild Strawberries, and vintage Violet, Gardenia and Jasmine blooms. A more intense dry down of Birch and Cedarwood wraps the whole composition in sensuality and warmth, leaving a beautiful and unforgettable trail.
The iconic Daisy bottle has been coated in a high shine lacquer in bold red, with the Daisy logo brightened up with a crisp white. The infamous cap has been refinished with contrasting black petals for a luxe finish.
Available in the 100ml, Daisy Pop Art Edition at Escentual.com