Both Jo Loves and Jo Malone brought out some new scents for Spring.
I am really loving Jo’s new brand (Jo Malone is a part of Estee Lauder group now), and this new fragrance White Rose & Lemon Leaves sounds divine. I really want to smell it…
‘Just like a piece of porcelain, there is something so delicate about holding a rose in the palm of your hand. White Rose & Lemon Leaves combines the fragility of this beautiful bloom together with the familiar scent intensity associated with rose. This fragrance represents my most treasured and memorable moments.’ Jo Malone MBE
“Perfectly balanced with subtle strands of citrus and the softest cedarwood, this fresh, elegant Norma Jean white rose has a unique depth that increases as it warms and settles on the skin.”
Fragrance Notes: White Rose Oil, Lemon Peel, Rose Absolute, Petitgrain, Honey, Amber
The price is £95 for 100ml and £45 for 30 ml
As for Jo Malone, the brand just released a collection of five colognes Rock the Ages.
Geranium & Verbena
“Captures the cool elegance of Edwardian summers, of graceful attire and garden parties, in a geranium and verbena blend. Enveloped with coumarin and vetiver for a charismatic and unexpected scent that is clean and herbaceou.”
Lily of the Valley and Ivy
“Reminiscent of the pastel gentility of Georgian London. Sparkling cassis and green ivy open the fragrance while the delicate lily of the valley and decadent narcissus add a lavish heart. Captivating and ethereal.”
“Embodies the Victorian era, a golden age embracing the English drama. Expressed by the enigmatic, ruby-rich depth of pomegranate layered with heady Casablanca lily and spiked with pink pepper, this dramatic scent is laced with sensual guaiac wood weaves.”
Tudor Rose & Amber
“The dark grandeur of Tudor rose and amber is blend with opulent rose absolute, clove and ginger, to reinforce the spiced facet. Golden amber wraps this Jo Malone fragrance in warm sensuality.”
Birch & Black Pepper
“Add a cool spiciness, layered with smoky birch. An accord of magnetic ink juxtaposed with the smooth warmth of gurjum. A surprising, sensual scent that is individual, audacious and stylish just like contemporary Britain.”