Honey fragrance by Marc Jacobs coming July 15

Sunday, July 7th, 2013. Filed under: Beauty & Style
Honey will be available in three different sizes on July 15. ©Marc Jacobs

Honey will be available in three different sizes on July 15.
©Marc Jacobs

(Relaxnews) – Marc Jacobs’s third perfume, a follow-up to Dot, will be available on July 15.

The product of a collaboration between perfumer Annie Buzantian and nose Ann Gottlied, this new fruity-floral essence features pear, fruit punch and mandarin, combined with orange blossom, peach nectar and honeysuckle and the scents of honey, intense vanilla and soft wood.

Like Dot, the bottle features polka dots in summery colors, but this time black and yellow striped butterflies seem to be collecting pollen from the fragrance.

Honey will be sold beginning July 15, starting at 45€ for the 30ml bottle.

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