Jo Malone London Releases Limited-Edition Birthstone Fragrance Caps

TOP IT OFF: Jo Malone London is releasing a limited-edition collection of bronze bottle caps with birthstones in partnership with brand ambassador Karen Elson and British jeweler Duffy.
The collaboration, Karen Elson’s Birthstones by Duffy, is a personal project for the pair. Elson has always had an affinity for birthstones. “What I love most is that they seem so charming and precious, and the idea of being able to create something coveted and collectible was really important to me,” she said.
Duffy, who works with vintage jewelry, said the collaboration allowed him to achieve his longtime dream of designing a bottle cap. “I’ve always wanted to make a bottle top, either for a drink or a fragrance. It was a challenge to work with an object I’ve never worked with before. It seemed like a natural pairing as Karen and I had already known each other through family connections,” Duffy said.

Karen Elson with the fragrance. 
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The Art Deco-style bottle caps are cast from pure bronze and feature a spiked design with a colored, cubic zirconia stone depending on the month. Duffy said he wanted to keep the design sleek and simple. “The Jo Malone bottle, label and packaging is so iconic on its own, so

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Jo Malone Receives CBE From the Prince of Wales

NAME CHANGE: Perfumer Jo Malone has picked up a new title. Today, she was awarded Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, or CBE, by The Prince of Wales.
Malone founded the eponymous fragrance house in 1994 and sold it to the Estée Lauder Companies in 1999. It is now known as Jo Malone London. She is also the founder of luxury fragrance brand, Jo Loves, which she launched in 2011.
The award, one of the Queen’s Honors, recognizes Malone’s contributions to the fragrance industry, her work as an entrepreneur, shopkeeper and mentor to students and small and medium-size enterprises alike. Malone is an ambassador for the Great Britain campaign which unites the public and private sector to generate jobs for the U.K.
Malone received the accolade on Friday, dressed in a cream dress and coat from St. John, a fascinator by Harrods and shoes by Tory Burch.
“I am so honored and overwhelmed to be receiving this incredible CBE award. Lots of people work hard in life so it’s beyond a privilege to be recognized this way. Congratulations to everyone,” said Malone.

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