Jo Malone in neon guise

 Classic fragrance Jo Malone Red Rose this season will be re-released in a new bottle, and the author of the redesign was the creative consultant Charlotte Stockdale.

Perfume bottles by hand dipped in red neon paint, so everyone will receive unique. This combination is not accidental. Charlotte says that quite often faced with neon, and her love for roses is deeply rooted in childhood. Her mother was a great lover of roses and grow them in the garden, so Charlotte could get out of the house to show her some 200-year-old type of flowers native to the north of England.

To complement the idea of ​​paint on the bottle, Charlotte Stockdale ordered the company to develop Abigail * ryan pink print for pillows, sachets and cover for spirits. The new technology will produce flavored accessories that can store up to 12 hours flavor.
Updated vials Red Rose produced only 300 pieces (all numbered), perfume will cost about 120 pounds. In the sale of novelty will appear only on April 1 in London's Selfridge and store Jo Malone on Bleecker Street.