Plus, they're gorgeously packaged. Each comes in a burnet-glazed apothecary vial made to look like an 18th century poison bottle, and they have charmingly old-fashioned labels. Le Labo founder Fabrice Penot says the collection is "shaped for the kind of woman we'd fall in love with — a woman you don't necessarily notice right away, but you're desperately looking for once she's gone." I'm going to have a sniff and update you next week.
I've long loved Le Labo's elegant formulations, and its Jasmin 17 is one of my all-time favorite perfumes. So it's understandable that I'm swooning over its new Anthropologie collaboration fragrances, By The Creators of Le Labo ($62). The five new scents are at a much lower price point than the average Le Labo creation, making them accessible if this is your first time trying the line.