Friday, 3 June 2011

Oh, Lola!

Marc Jacobs is launching a sister fragrance to his iconic Lola scent and (in my humble opinion!) it's even better than the original. I was lucky enough to sample Oh! Lola at it's unveiling this week and it was love at first sight and smell!

Both the bottle and the scent are brighter, lighter and even more fun than its predecessor.
It's a much more fruity concoction, with top notes of sparkling raspberry, pear and frais de bois, a floral heart of peony, magnolia and cyclamen and a warm, subtle base of vanilla, sandalwood and tonka bean.

To top it all off, they've chosen none other than the uber-talented Dakota Fanning to front the ad campaign. I absolutely love her look and think she's a perfect fit for the fragrance: young, cute and fun, but still a little outside of the mainstream.


If you were a fan of Daisy's little sister 'Eau So Fresh' this year, this is definitely one to look out for.

Oh! Lola will be available from 27th July.
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  1. ohh i think i' might need to go in and smell this sometime soon! sounds so young and fun!! :D

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  2. I have a feeling I'm going to adore this fragrance as the fruitier notes read like my ideal list of yumminess! :-)

    The bottle is utterly divine too, I've got to admit I do also take the kerb appeal into account and there's certainly a big tick in that box

    Jem xXx

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  3. Ooh sounds delish! I love Dakota in that shot too, she's perfect for the ad. xo

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  4. :OOOOO This sounds like the fragrance for me! Duty free, HERE I COME! Thanks for the heads up Fleur :) xxx

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  5. I want this already haha! :)

    xox

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  6. so happy its pink & cant wait to smell it

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  7. Mmm I really want to try this out now, those notes sound delicious!

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  8. I think I have to go and check it out:)

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  9. Sounds yummy! Will definitely be checking it out! :) x

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  10. The ad looks gorgeous! Cannot wait to have a smell of this perfume. No doubt another hit from Marc Jacobs!

    (: x

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  11. If only the bottle could be as big as the one Dakota has!
    xxx

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  12. It looks gorgeous, and I'm glad they have Dakota on board, she's lovely =)
    That's a pretty intense sized bottle she's got there, it's as if she got shrunken like in Alice in Wonderland or something haha.

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  13. i love the original so i reckon i will be giving this one a try :D

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  14. Marc Jacobs sure knows his stuff ;-)

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  15. I love the bottle it comes in! So fun and pretty!

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  16. I love the bottle design, hopefully the fragrance will match, note to self I must head to shops on 27th July :)
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  17. I love Lola and I'm sure I'll be wanting this too!

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  18. I loved Eau So Fresh so I must get a smell of this (:

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  19. i really can't wait for this to come out! (:

    xx
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  20. I just recently bought this at my local ULTA and I LOOOOOVE it! Definitely my favorite over the original Lola. I feel Lola was aimed at the 30s to 40s for the smell, while Oh Lola feels more teeny and 20s. I own both and I love Oh Lola, while my mom favors lola (Where I came up with the age thing). It only takes two sprays and it lasts all day on me. I love the staying power it's amazing. It's sooo worth the splurge!

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