Oh Lola, It’s Dakota!

Even though Elle Fanning has become a competing star with her big sister Dakota, don’t think it’s time to write off this talented young actress just yet. Dakota Fanning has landed a new gig, a modeling job. Dakota is the new face of Marc Jacobs’s new spin-off fragrance, Oh, Lola. The original fragrance, Lola is meant for an older customer, while the new spin-off, Oh, Lola is “younger and sweeter.”  Marc Jacobs adores Dakota Fanning and has since she was a new-comer to the acting world. Marc even told a reporter, “I’ve been a big fan of Dakota since the first time I saw her in a movie, and we made her a wardrobe in her size when she was 12, which was pretty incredible…When we were speaking about who to use in the Oh, Lola fragrance ads I had recently seen The Runaways. Dakota was in it, and I knew she could be this contemporary Lolita, seductive yet sweet.”

The launch event was in New York City on Wednesday, September 14th, 2011. The new fragrance, Oh, Lola is a floral scent, like its precursor scent Lola. Marc gave Women’s Wear Daily the scoop saying, “We recolored the bottle and changed the juice … This Lola is more of a Lolita than a Lola, but we weren’t going to call the fragrance Lolita. Lola is more seductive; Oh, Lola is sensual, but she’s sweeter.” After hearing this explanation, Dakota Fanning truly is the perfect fit to embody his new scent. The fragrance is made up of aromas of pear, raspberry, and vanilla, among other scents. The new bottle is clad in pink, with a gentle, slender form (unless you want the big size, which has more of an oval shape) a topped with a pretty glass rose. The original Lola fragrance had a purple color scheme. Oh, Lola comes in three sizes ranging from just under $50 up to just under $90 (depending on where you shop). Marc Jacobs has also provided us with an Oh Lola lotion for about $45.

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