Little Mister Sunshine
Marc Jacobs’ fragrance bottles are almost as legendary as his scents, begging the question, Would Lola smell as sweet without that rubberized flower topper? Or Daisy? Or Dot, for that matter? Probably; the perfumes themselves happen to be quite well conceived, although it’s unlikely that people would proudly display their personal stash of each scent with such gusto were it not for those inventive flacons. Collectors be warned: It’s time to clear a little room on the mantel. Jacobs has just launched his new, limited-availability Sunshine editions—bright, happy interpretations of his classic Daisy and Daisy Eau So Fresh olfactory creations. Packaged with brand-new Spring-festive tops emblazoned with fuchsia, pink, orange, and green petals, Daisy Sunshine boasts notes of red currant, guava, lily of the valley, lychee, and apricot skin with a juice that has been given a golden-tinged quality, while Daisy Eau So Fresh Sunshine has strawberry, apple-blossom, jasmine-petal, violet-leaf, and amber-wood essences and a pink-lemonade color. Spray (and show off) liberally.
Available March 2013 at Sephora stores.