New York-born fashion designer. Jacobs attended the Parsons School, and launched his first collection under his own name in 1986. Since 1997, he has also been responsible for creative direction at Louis Vuitton.
Fragrances were introduced in 2001 with Marc Jacobs for women, followed by Marc Jacobs for men in 2002. Other fragrances include Blush (2004), Blush Intense (2006) and I Love Marc (limited edition, 2007).
Fragrances are produced under arrangements with Coty.
Marc Jacobs Daisy
Marc Jacobs Daisy was introduced in 2007, and was a big hit. Followups include Daisy Eau de Parfum (2008), Daisy Eau So Fresh (2011), Daisy Sunshine, Daisy Eau So Fresh Sunshine (2013), Daisy Delight & Daisy Eau So Fresh Delight (2014), Daisy Dream (2014), Daisy Sorbet & Daisy Eau So Fresh Sorbet (2014), Daisy Dream Forever (2015), Daisy Blush, Daisy Eau So Fresh Blush & Daisy Dream Blush (2016), Daisy Kiss, Daisy Eau So Fresh Kiss & Daisy Dream Kiss (2017).
Other recent fragrances from Marc Jacobs
Other recent releases include Lola (2009), Bang (2010), Oh, Lola! (2011), Bang Bang (2011), Marc Jacobs Dot (2012), Oh, Lola! Sunsheer (2013), Marc Jacobs Honey (2013), Mod Noir (2015), Decadence (2015), Violet (2015), Divine Decadence (2016).
Marc Jacobs Splash collection
In 2006, Marc Jacobs introduced the first Splash Collection (Summer Splash: Rain, Grass & Cotton). These are limited edition, light Eaux de Toilette in 300 ml splash bottles, with an optional atomizer included.
Later additions include Autumn Splash: Ivy, Violet & Amber (2006), Cucumber Splash & Orange Splash (2007, Rain re-released at the same time), Splash Sorbet: Pear, Basil & Grapefruit (2008), Fig Splash & Gardenia Splash (2008), Lemon Splash (2009, Rain & Cucumber re-released at same time), Apple, Pomegranate & Biscotti (2010), Cocktail Collection Curacao, Cranberry & Ginger (2011), Splash Tropical Hibiscus & Kumquat (2012).
Where to buy
The Marc Jacobs line can be found at major department stores and online discounters.
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Read Loving and Hating Marc Jacobs at the New York Times.