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Monday, February 16, 2015

Jo Malone Rock the Ages Launches Early!


I don't normally re-flag up launches but as the limited edition Jo Malone collections sell out so quickly I felt it was only fair to share the exciting news. Jo Malone Rock the Ages is available now. In case you need a little help choosing below is a quick overview of each fragrance

Jo Malone Rock the Ages

Jo Malone Tudor Rose and Amber Cologne
Rose absolute, clove and ginger - spicy, floral, rich. An unusual floral blend.

Jo Malone Lily of the Valley and Ivy Cologne
Sparkling cassis, green ivy and Lily of the Valley - light, bright and aquatic. Perfect Spring.

Casablanca lily, cool spice, pink pepper and sensual Guaiacwood - spicy, warm yet fruity and a modern classic.

Geranium, verbena and basil - clean, herbal, very unisex.

Black pepper, layered with smoky birch. An accord of magnetic ink juxtaposed with the smooth warmth of gurjum - modern, unusual, cool and slightly masculine.

All of the above are linked via Selfridges for £42/30ml and you can now purchase them on the counter.


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16 comments:

  1. aah i definitely need to go and smell these out! been after a new fragrance for the spring!

    Rachel // Style Soup

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  2. !!!!! I hope they don't sell out soon I'm still waiting for my vouchers to arrive!!!! I've been o excited about this collection, I need to get myself down to the shops! Thanks for the warning :)

    http://katsbeautytales.blogspot.co.uk/

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  3. I wish I could smell some of the Jo Malone fragrances. I think Pomegranate Noir would be my favourite :)

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  4. The Rose & Amber Cologne as well as Geranium & Verbena Cologne sound marvelous. I'd have to give them a whiff first.

    :] // ▲ itsCarmen.com ▲

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  5. The Rose & Amber Cologne as well as Geranium & Verbena Cologne sound marvelous. I'd have to give them a whiff first.

    :] // ▲ itsCarmen.com ▲

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  6. I think I would be a birch and black pepper one:::: the others would have to smell first

    Laura//libertylovesmakeup.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. Absolutely LOVE Jo Malone stuff!
    www.lacoconoire.com

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  8. Jeez, I don't know which one I like the sound of best! Normally I would pick the rose and amber cologne, since I love rose fragrances, but the birch and black pepper sounds interesting too. By the way, love the St. John's Wart in you photo, looks lovely :) x

    www.amandasays.org.uk

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  9. Lily of the Valley and Ivy sounds amazing..but I need to have a sniff before I pick it up. x

    FARFROMPERFECTIONXO

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  10. Tudor Rose and the Birch and Black Pepper sound like my kind of scents, gorgeous blends!

    Lauren x
    Britton Loves | Lifestyle Food Fashion Beauty - www.brittonloves.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. Ohh I love how each of the fragrances has a different design! ^ w ^

    www.thedailydollyblog.com

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  12. Tudor Rose and Amber sounds really interesting!

    www.navellina.blogspot.com

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  13. Don't often hear of frags containing gurjum, one of my favs from long ago that was disco'd is Ode Au Reve by Yves Rocher had it and so I'm most intrigued by that Birch and Black Pepper. The LOTV and Ivy does sound perfect for spring, love muguet too!!

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  14. I have always used Pomegranate Noir, but I swapped to the Tudor Rose limited edition this week when I went to get a refill - I love it! It's such a shame that it's limited!
    Ivory Tower Diaries

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