Be Bold, Feminine and Fearless on Your Outdoor Adventure With the New Marc Jacobs Daisy Wild Eau de Parfum


Daisy Marc Jacobs’s most recent creation, Daisy Wild Eau de Parfum, arrives with much fanfare — all with amazing reasons. With its invigorating aroma of wildflowers, the Daisy Wild calls us to rediscover our roots in nature and live like our free-spirited and carefree selves.

The new Daisy Wild Eau de Parfum with its flowery cap.

The new cap takes design cues from a wildflower arrangement and has delicately plumped flowers with delicate stalks peeking out the top of the bottle. A box of stunning, vivid green encases the bottle, while a border of overgrown wallflowers alludes to the Daisy Wild’s idea of liberation.

Smell the Scent of Freedom

Exquisite Jasmine, nutty Vetiver, and never-before-used tones of banana blossom come together in this new addicting smell that exquisitely captures the spirit of nature, blending traditional scents in prestige perfumery.

Scents featured are: Top notes: Banana Blossom Accord, Heart notes: Jasmine, Macadamia Accord, and Base notes: Sandalwood, Vetiver Des Sables.

A Return to Nature

Campaign images depict a verdant forest setting where a band of rising stars and influencers representing a wide range of fields and hobbies embark on an exciting adventure. When they set out on this journey together, they will experience real joy and a burning desire to live.

Become adventurous with the new Daisy Wild collection.

Inspiring a sense of longing for simpler times, the campaign provides a genuine look at carefree youth. Joining them on their adventure is a great way to reconnect with nature and your inner kid.

The Daisy Wild 10ml Pen Spray (S$50) is only available for purchase available in Sephora and LazMall. Both the Daisy Wild 100ml (S$215) and 50ml (S$180) can be found in leading department stores islandwide, and in Sephora and LazMall.


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Marky is a travel writer and photographer. He narrates his experiences wandering the tropical paradise of the Philippines, South East Asia, Sri Lanka and India on his travel blog Nomadic Experiences.

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