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Beauty Code: MAJ0153
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Punch, Pear, Tangerine
Peach, Honey Suckle, Orange Tree Blossom
Wood, Honey, Vanilla
Marc Jacobs Honey is an excellent fragrance for women and a great choice for young girls and romantic women who long for something different and original. This honey perfume brings a meadow full of flowers in bloom and bees flying around. It radiates joy of life, pure energy of nature, and pleasant warmness.
Its top notes offer a citrus refreshment in the form of juicy mandarins complemented by sweet pears. The chords of ripe fruit softly merge with a delicate scent of punch. Then you will be captivated by the tones of magic blooms of orange tree and exciting peaches combined with a specific aroma of enchanting honeysuckle. Its sensual base is formed by gourmet vanilla, exquisite tones of honey, and warm chords of unique wood.
Put on this enchanging sweet scent of Marc Jacobs Honey and enjoy the attention of those around you! This perfume will open your sensual self and will make you smile. This excellently harmonized composition will accompany you for a very long time. This Honey perfume by famous designer Mac Jacobs will excite you with its original flacon evoking honey and bees. Introduced in 2013.
Thanks to his trendy attitude, Marc Jacobs is ranked as one of the most influential fashion designers in the world! Model and fashion designer Victoria Beckham says Jacobs’ success comes from defying traditional fashion norms. “He devotes his heart to his designs and thus he sets new trends. He has aesthetic feelings like no one else,” Beckham, said. And how did he obtain so much success? He was born into a Jewish family in 1963, New York City. After studying at the Central School of Art and Design, he studied at the Parson’s School of Design. During his studies, he sold his first collection of hand-knit sweaters and became known as one of the younger designers in the world. Today, there are dozens of Marc Jacobs boutiques around the world in countries like France, Mexico, Japan and China.