Marc Jacobs launches Daisy Dream in summer of 2014 as a new variation of the original Daisy fragrance from 2007. Daisy Dream is a more sophisticated and ethereal version of the original.The composition tends to create a “blue effect”, made from unusual floral and fruity aromas. There are accords of blackberries, pear, blue wisteria, jasmine and coconut water. The scent, like the original, is created by perfumer Alberto Morillas, in collaboration with Ann Gottlieb and designer Marc Jacobs himself.
Marc Jacobs began offering fragrances in 2001, in conjunction Coty. Marc Jacobs for Women was the first fragrance offering, followed by a companion men's scent in 2002. The brand began offering unisex splash colognes in large bottles emphasizing a single
Top Note: Crystallised cloudberries
Middle Note: Daisy tree petals
Bottom Note: Cashmere musks, Driftwood
Classification: Designer Fragrance
Family Name: Floral Woody Musk