Marc Jacob’s iconic Daisy fragrance line, “the Daisy backyard”, usually evokes each girlhood and springtime. But it’s a brand new time for younger girls — who’re caught up in a burst of creativity in self-expression — and for individuals who are neither younger, nor girls, to channel the limitlessness and pleasure of youthful femininity. This was Brazilian artistic director Julia Neiva’s inspiration for branding the Marc Jacobs 2023 seasonal perfume set, tapping design minds FuLe and Grace Kao to create playful bees and butterflies that flutter across the bottle like a sweet-scented flower. But why cease there?
Like butterflies float from flower to flower throughout fields, Neiva introduced collectively her personal numerous, world staff of excessive trend photographer Juliana Rocha and animator Clayton High to create an imaginative world that blooms past the packaging. Neiva briefed her collaborators on the idea: Pink florals juxtaposed with beautiful bedazzled denims. Audubon’s bugs with Sofi Tukker’s swagger. A way of artistic crosspollination: an oversize ladybug flying throughout a shiny studio shot, whereas yellow eyeshadow turns the eyes into flowers themselves.
And a way of context, too — the optimism of the world’s re-emergence, a spring leap from sweatpants again into joyfully bizarre self-decoration. This isn’t Julia’s first high-concept, high-traffic branding and packaging design. She was additionally the pinnacle artistic thoughts behind Everyday Humans. Her ethos: “Why shouldn’t we push and play previous what we make for purchasers, to fulfill our personal artistic wants?” The new assortment has already launched in choose shops all over the world.