Jo Malone

The Est\u00E9e Lauder Companies

Jo Malone London, the renowned British fragrance house, celebrates British style with unexpected fragrances and the elegant art of gift giving.  Acquired by The Estée Lauder Companies, Inc. in 1999, today the brand is available in 33 countries worldwide and continues to inspire a loyal following.

  • Jo Malone London unveils Peony & Blush Suede at 52 Gloucester Place

    To celebrate the launch of Peony & Blush Suede Jo Malone London invited over 150 global and UK editors to the brands new HQ, 52 Gloucester Place for the preview of this new fragrance.

  • A Thoroughly Proper Party to Unveil 52 Gloucester Place

    Jo Malone London has moved house, relocating to a listed Georgian townhouse in the creative heart of London’s West End. ‘This is not merely a new headquarters’, says Global General Manager, Jean-Guillaume Trottier, ‘this is a flagship for the brand and epitomises our sense of elegance and welcome.’

  • Jo Malone Limited Supports Urban Community Garden

    We are proud to build on our heritage and announce the first in an ongoing series of projects which aim to regenerate and improve green spaces, giving people in need the opportunity to engage with their communities, fostering social inclusion, promoting physical and mental health, and developing gardening skills as a pathway to self sufficiency.

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In creating Peony & Blush Suede, Master Perfumer Christine Nagel wanted to capture the charm of the English Ballroom in the mid-20th Century. See how the scent inspired our photo shoot...

Put Peony & Blush Suede at the heart of your signature scent. Layer with English Pear & Freesia for an exquisitely juicy fragrance with a sensuous, mellow touch. Share your favourite combinations with #FragranceCombiningFriday.

Work has begun on the Kirkdale Country Garden in Liverpool. Together with UK charity Rotunda and the renowned BCA Landscape, we are working to create the neighborhood’s first community garden. It will serve as a haven for education and recreation in one of the country’s most impoverished areas. #GardenGoodness