Marc Jacobs – As I walk passed the Marc Jacobs concessions counter at Selfridges in the Bull Ring shopping centre in Birmingham, I realised this was it! Marc Jacobs definitely inspired this list. From Daisy to Lola, the designs of his perfume bottles have always depicted the sweet floral femininity of his fragrances.
Lolita Lempicka – Dreamy, whimsical and at the same time earthy, Lolita Lempicka’s bottle designs are ideal! The First Fragrance leaves me dreaming of being lost in an orchard blissfully and enjoying the solitude and looking at L’s rock shaped bottle, I imagine myself as a beautiful mermaid perched on a sandy rock on a beautiful beach somewhere.
Viktor and Rolf | Flower Bomb – This fragrance is very sweet and happens to be my personal favourite. The bottle shape complete with detonator finishes off the design. You are sure to leave a trail of explosions everywhere you go while wearing it.
Givenchy | Organza – A fragrance that is so timeless it seats comfortably on my mother’s dressing table and mine too. Organza is sensual and exudes elegance and captivating femininity, encased in a bottle that is reminiscent of a beautiful Greek goddess.
Jean Paul Gaultier – Think Jean Paul Gaultier Fragrances and you automatically think alluringly of the sensuality of the human form. So seductive. Need I say more?