A modern return to the classic note of intoxicating gardenia, Marc Jacobs Mod Noir elevates a signature scent into a contemporary sphere. The airy floral fragrance opens with a field of lush, dewy greens, which give way to freshly cut gardenias floating atop sparkling water. Creamy musks leave a sensual dry down on the skin.
The striking bottle was inspired by Marc Jacobs’s quirky, striped fashion prints and the interplay of black and white in his iconic runway collections. Bold elements cleverly juxtapose classic and modern styles. The bottle’s linear black and white stripes contrast with its circular shape, and the shiny lacquer opposes the matte frosted finish.
Marc Jacobs began his career while he was still a student at Parsons School of Design. In 1995, the first Marc Jacobs store opened in New York's Soho district. Since that time, the retail network has expanded to include stores in cities worldwide, specializing in women's and men's fashions, leather goods, shoes, and now—perfume. The company continues to expand while maintaining its dedication to quality and a genuine love for fashion.