Bunch o’ limited edition collector bottles 2012, part 3

More limited edition collector fragrance bottles, with the usual disclaimers: in most of these cases, the juice is unchanged, just the bottle is “special” (or not, as the case may be), and some of these may not be available in the US.

10 Corso Como, 20th anniversary edition

From 10 Corso Como, their signature fragrance in a limited edition bottle celebrating their 20th anniversary. $138 for 100 ml Eau de Parfum at Beautyhabit.

 

Marc Jacobs Daisy Petite Flowers to Go

From Marc Jacobs, "Petite Flowers On The Go" — 20 ml limited edition travel sizes of Daisy and Daisy Eau So Fresh, due to launch in March. (via press release)

 

Roger & Gallet 150th anniversary flacons

From Roger & Gallet, a trio celebrating their 150th anniversary, and reprising a flask Napoleon Bonaparte reportedly used to carry Eau de Cologne in his boot. Eau de Cologne, Bois d'Orange and Fleurs d'Osmanthus. In 100 ml, €42. (via lexpress.fr)

 

Lisa Hoffman perfume necklaces

Not sure if these are limited edition or not, but they're new fragrance necklaces from Lisa Hoffman, with replaceable wood fragrance beads. $65 each at Lisa Hoffman. (If you missed them in our Holiday Gift Guide, she had bracelets out last year).

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  1. sariah says:

    I’m liking all of these except the Daisy. Really fun graphic on the 10 Corso Como.

    • Robin says:

      It’s rare that I like everything in one of these posts, but I even like the Daisy. Want that 10 Corso Como most of all though.

  2. Emily says:

    Thank god I just tried a sample of 10 Corso Como and didn’t much care for it — otherwise, I’d be at Beautyhabit right now ordering that bottle.

  3. LaMaroc says:

    If only the 10 Corso Como formula was the old/vintage one. That bottle would have been mine!

    • Alyssa says:

      Yes! But then, so would two or three of the ordinary bottles. Still a great perfume and a stunning graphic, though. Love it.

    • Robin says:

      Ditto! Actually I don’t think the new one is all that bad, just not quite as good.

  4. mals86 says:

    Now, WHY didn’t that Daisy travel spray show up in time for Valentine’s Day? It shall be mine at some point…

    The 10 CC pkg is fascinating! It’s good stuff, but I didn’t love it, so I’m not feeling the pull.

    • Robin says:

      I always wonder…does it really cost so much more to make *that* bottle than the regular ole 10cc bottle? Because this is WAY better.

    • lemonprint says:

      They are killing me with all the Daisy packaging. I fall for it way too often. Their package design company is fantastic.

      I want that Bois d’Orange bottle. But only because I want some of that juice anyway and am annoyed I didn’t buy it in Spain and feel like if I manage to get some, I deserve the pretty bottle along with it. :-)

  5. Joe says:

    That 10CC bottle is so NOT my design aesthetic, but more power to those who are loving it.

    On the other hand, those Roger & Gallet bottles are really beautiful. And reasonable! I’d be tempted to nab the Fleur d’Osmanthus just for the flask. More info at the R&G French site:
    http://www.roger-gallet.fr/toutes-les-nouveautes/nouveautes/news.aspx

    • Marjorie Rose says:

      I’m with you, Joe! Love those flasks, although since I don’t know the scents, I will just admire them from afar!

  6. Paisley Flowers says:

    Love all of them! Cute.

  7. jonr951 says:

    Ok both of those Daisys will be mine! Perfect excuse to finally give in to them. Haha. : )

  8. eminere says:

    That’s a home run for Marc Jacobs.

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