Marc Jacobs’ Honey fragrance just hit Sephora stores nationwide ($92 at sephora.com), and it’s just as buzzworthy as its name indicates. The sister to the designer’s ladybug-themed Dot scent, Honey blends gourmand notes like vanilla, pear, and honey, with orange blossom and mandarin. In addition to the fruity-floral scent, we’re also loving the sunny flacon, which makes for a cheery addition to any vanity. Truth be told, we’ve never come across a Marc Jacobs fragrance we didn’t like. That’s why we compiled a list of the perfumes in his expansive scent catalog, and narrowed down the notes that make each one different. Click the photo every perfume the designer ever launched.
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Notes of orange blossom and green pear mingle wiht vanilla, peach, and of course, honey for a sweet scent with a citrus twist ($92; sephora.com).
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The fun bottle is complemented by a berry, dragonfruit, and honeysuckle mix that’s just as flirty ($89; sephora.com).
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Daisy Eau So Fresh Sunshine
It’s the perfume counterpart to a glass of strawberry lemonade-minus the toothache. Notes of pink grapefruit and strawberry mingle with violet leaf and amber wood to evoke a warm, summery feeling ($78; marcjacobs.com).
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The original Daisy scent gets a summery twist with tropical notes of guava, lychee, and mandarin ($65; marcjacobs.com).
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A playful spin on the phrase “ooh la la,” the designer’s follow-up to the original Lola is a sweet raspberry, vanilla, and peony mix that is anything but cloying ($88; sephora.com).
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The bottle’s sleek, sexy color palette is an indicator of the sophisticated pink peppercorn, grapefruit, and tonka bean mix it holds ($88; sephora.com).
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Daisy Eau So Fresh
A lighter, fruitier take on the original Daisy scent, Daisy Eau So Fresh ($90; sephora.com) incorporates raspberry, grapefruit, and pear notes into the mix.
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We’re obsessed with the airy florals like violet, gardenia, and jasmine used in this spritzer ($82; sephora.com)-not to mention the chic daisy-covered bottle.
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Marc Jacobs Woman
It’s the scent that started it all! The designer’s inaugural perfume ($95; sephora.com) is a classic blend of gardenia and musk, with a slight ginger kick.