After only a short while at Jo Malone London, Charlotte Stockdale has truly made her mark: The recently appointed Style Editor to the brand has taken 300 bottles of her favorite scent, Red Roses, and dipped them in neon pink paint — as you do. Each limited edition bottle is also engraved with its number. The stylist cites her love of neon (ignited 15 years ago by a pair of Sergio Rossi stilettos) and her mother's rose garden as the inspirations behind the design.
The fragrance joins a selection of vintage perfume pieces that Charlotte has sourced from her travels around the world. All will be housed in a space tantalizingly called Charlotte's Corner. To complement the limited-edition bottle, Stockdale has also commissioned an exclusive rose print to be emblazoned on a scented scatter cushion and satchel.
The full Charlotte's Corner collection will be available at Selfridge's London and Manchester Exchange locations from April 1, but the dipped bottles you're lusting after will be only be available online and at NYC's Bleecker Street store. However, if you're thinking about camping outside to score your bottle, you may want to re-strategize: There's already a waiting list of about 100 people. (WWD)
Images: Courtesy of Jo Malone London