Cold weather may be right around the corner, but these sparkling bright scents will keep you smiling all season long.
Roxy This sunny blend of fruit (grapefruit, peach), florals (lily of the valley, violet) and amber accords has a special eco-friendly extract of 100 percent organically grown ylang-ylang. ($48-$58; Macy’s, Sephora)
Hard Candy From the company that first brought you blue nail polish comes a playful mix of pink peppercorn, passion fruit, rose, jasmine and vanilla. ($42-$55; Sephora)
Covet Sarah Jessica Parker You may never have access to a closet like hers (we wish), but at least you don’t have to, well, covet SJP’s latest fragrance in vain. Her second scent combines green notes with florals and a touch of wood. ($52-$68; Belk, Macy’s)
Emilio Pucci Vivara Named after a small island near Capri, Italy, a spritz of Vivara—with notes of bergamot, galbanum, jasmine and narcissus flower—is as lively as a Pucci signature print. ($85-$110; Barneys)
Diesel Fuel for Life Its lace sleeve may look demure, but this energizing blend of jasmine, patchouli, black currant and crème de cassis is anything but. ($64.50; Diesel)
Daisy Marc Jacobs An instant favorite among fashionistas, Daisy is as sunny as its name suggests. Strawberry, violet and grapefruit mix with gardenia, jasmine, musk and vanilla. ($55-$70; Macy’s)
Oilily Muse Oilily’s newest is a bright blend of fruity florals enhanced by a splash of citrus and rounded out with musk, vanilla and sandalwood. ($45-$65; Oilily)
L, L.A.M.B. Fragrance by Gwen Stefani Superstar Gwen Stefani has never conformed to the status quo. Neither does her first scent, which combines rich floral notes of jasmine, rose and lily of the valley with sensual musks in a bottle designed by the multitasking singer. ($55-$70; Nordstrom)
M by Mariah Carey Act like a diva or just smell like one. Mariah Carey’s first fragrance comes in a butterfly-topped lilac bottle and contains notes of Tahitian tiare flower and Moroccan incense. ($38-$58; Macy’s)
@juicebeauty, where @gwynethpaltrow holds the title of creative director of makeup, has become one of the foremost labels in the organic beauty category –– with sales on track to hit $100 million this year. What’s behind the rapid growth the brand is experiencing right now? It all started in 2005 when the wellness movement was just getting started. Read more on WWD.com. #wwdbeauty
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"I want to tell a story that inspires people to feel good about themselves, but also I'm making a commentary about the lack of female stories and female directors and saying this should change," said @imheathergraham on her latest project "Half Magic." The comedy feature, which the actress wrote and directed, is based on her own struggles as a woman in show business. Read @andrewnodell's full interview with Graham on WWD.com. #wwdeye (📷: @jgreenery)
@meltcosmetics cofounders @lora_arellano and @danabomar built their brand on a single idea: a true matte lipstick. To set the brand apart, they said they always put their customers first –– including a personalized note in each package. #wwdsummits #wwdbeauty
@moncler unveiled its latest project, #MonclerGenius, yesterday at Milan Fashion Week. The Italian outwear maker gave show-goers a preview of the monthly collections – which were created by eight designers and creative talents including Pierpaolo Piccioli, Simone Rocha, Craig Green and more – that will start rolling out in the summer.