Jacomo has launched four new fragrances, including a trilogy for women called Art Collection, and a new scent for men, Jacomo de Jacomo Deep Blue.
The Art Collection is styled as "an intimate conversation between fragrance and artist", in which well-known artists were invited to illustrate the outer packaging.
Art Collection #02 ~ "the most Tactile fragrance of our Art Trilogy". With illustration by Cécilia Carlstedt, the fragrance is an oriental gourmand with notes of bergamot, lily, tonka bean, vanilla, suede, patchouli and amber.
Art Collection #08 ~ "the most fascinating of Emotions from the Jacomo Gallery". With illustration by Daniel Egneus, the fragrance is a smoky and spicy oriental inspired by India with notes of cardamom, ginger, black tea, freesia, milk accord, dried fruits, cinnamon, honey and amber.
Art Collection #09 ~ "the most Colourful fragrance of Art collection by Jacomo". With illustration by Stina Persson, the fragrance is a spicy fruity woods with notes of citron, orange pulp, pink pepper, praline, mango, cinnamon, sandalwood and vanilla.
The Jacomo Art Collection fragrances are available in 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
Jacomo de Jacomo Deep Blue launched late last year, and is a flanker to Jacomo de Jacomo for men:
Jacomo de Jacomo Deep Blue blends woody power, fresh and tonic elegance. Intense and ethereal, Jacomo Deep Blue is the fragrance for a modern and sensual man, eager for emotions.
The notes for the fresh spicy woods fragrance include bergamot, mandarin, lemon, violet, lavender, white pepper, coriander, geranium, cedar, musk and leather.
Jacomo de Jacomo Deep Blue is available in 100 ml Eau de Toilette.
(quotes via jacomo, additional information via fr.fashionmag)
Update: see a review of Jacomo Art Collection #02.
Hmmm the *idea*of the art collection sounds interesting! (The fragrances sound nice if not particularly unique…)
It doesn’t seem like much of a real conversation to me given that all they did was design the boxes…but yes, they could be interesting!
The Art Collection frags look promising.
The bottles do look cool. Would have been nice if they could have worked the art works onto the bottles though.
Art to match the perfume personality (or vice versa). I LOVE it. Wish I could get my hands on the print with the shoes. But bet it’s pricey.
And I want the Ganesha drawing! They’re all cool though.
Gave these a swift spray in the store and #2 is the winner. The notes on my sample card are “gum, leather, and molding clay,” though. And let me tell you, it smells like an art room in the most fantastic way. Just brilliant.