A guide to Marc Jacobs' key fragrances

Everyone is abuzz about Marc Jacobs’ new beauty line, and for good reason, it looks amazing. But also of note is his amazing fragrance line, which I dub as “amazing” not only for the scents but for the packaging as well.


Brand new to the lineup is Marc Jacobs Honey ($22-$92 at sephora.com), what they describe as a sunny, sassy and energetic buzz of pear, orange blossom and honey. There are also notes of vanilla, warm woods and honeysuckle mixed in to give this a nice, inviting scent that will take you from the final dog days of summer right into fall. Not to mention the adorable bees adorning the top and side of the bottle make it a statement piece just based on appearance.
Marc Jacobs Dot ($22-$92 at sephora.com) came out earlier this year and captivated fans with it’s striking packaging, including the bold black and red color scheme, and it’s beautiful scent. With notes of Red Berries, Dragonfruit, Honeysuckle, Jasmine, Coconut Water, Orange Blossom, Vanilla, Driftwood and Musk, Dot is a very distinctive scent that reminds you of blossoming flowers and warmer memories.
Packed with notes of Strawberry, Violet Leaves, Ruby Red Grapefruit, Gardenia, Violet Petals, Jasmine Petals, Musk, Vanilla and White Woods, Marc Jacobs Daisy ($22-$89 at sephora.com) is truly reminiscent of its flower namesake. While I wouldn’t recommend the eau de parfum as a fall to winter scent, the rollerball will layer nicely with whatever other more complex, muskier scents you desire for the fall.

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