Despite being a heavy hitter in fashion, having a successful cosmetics line, and being in the scent business for so long, Jacobs remains passionate about it, telling WWD, “Every time I go to an airport or open a magazine [and see one], I think, ‘Wow, I’m a real designer. I have a perfume.'”
The floral scent was created in collaboration with Jean-Claude Delville and features gardenia as the heart of the fragrance, green top notes and a musky finish. The graphic bottle is adorned with black and white striping — which happens to be Sephora’s brand colors — and will retail for $70 to $90, and $28 for the rollerball.