Daisy or Daisy Dream Forever? Tell us & win! When it comes to designer fragrances, Marc Jacobs has had one of the most successful runs. Through his partnership with Coty, he’s had a string of blockbuster scents that have sold incredibly well not only in America, but around the world. He has a knack for knowing what the next hot new fragrance note will be. (Fellow New York designer Calvin Klein has a similar talent).
New York Fashion Designer Marc Jacobs
I know that all the attention has been on Decadence this past fall. But I keep going back to Daisy and Daisy Dream Forever. Both are modern day classic scents in my opinion. And it seems that many of you agree. Daisy is a top 10 fragrance in many countries around the world today.
Marc introduced Daisy in 2007 describing it as a sparkly, floral-woody scent. Perfumer Alberto Morillas blended notes of strawberry, violet leaf, spicy pink grapefruit, gardenia, violet, jasmine petals, white woods, vanilla and musk. It is feminine and fresh in mood.
Eight years after the original bowed, Jacobs presented Daisy Dream Forever, a slightly stronger interpretation of 2014’s Daisy Dream. This scent was created by Morillas and Ann Gottlieb using notes of blackberry, pear, grapefruit, blue wisteria, jasmine, fresh lychee and blonde woods. It’s a charming fruity-floral.
I gave away both Daisy and Daisy Dream Forever to one lucky reader. Rajee in Texas told us her favourite and we drew her name at random from all those who entered. Congrats Rajee!