This year, you’ll be able to buy Jo Malone’s special Christmas scent 3 weeks early

If there’s one thing we love about Christmas, it’s the festive gifting, particularly when it comes to beauty. From special editions to curated gift sets, beauty brands always have the best to offer around this time of year. And in 2019, you’ll be able to get your hands on some of the most coveted beauty buys of the season even earlier.

Case in point: the beautiful Jo Malone Christmas scent, which is going to be available at Harrods from 1 October, an impressive three weeks before the entire line drops in Jo Malone boutiques and online at

Jo Malone London Rose & Magnolia Cologne, £104, available at Harrods on 1 October

Jo Malone London Rose & Magnolia is part of the brand’s Magic & Mayhem Christmas collection, and is their standout pick of the line. And luckily for us, it’s going to be available from next week, on 1 October in Harrods.

The fragrance, which was created by the same perfumer that made Jo Malone’s latest perfume Poppy & Barley, as well as their Intense classic Myrrh & Tonka, is rich, mysterious, and perfect for long winter nights. It’ll also serve you well during Christmas party season, and all the way onto New Year’s Eve.

While the fragrance is undeniably the star of the line-up, Harrods’ launch will also see several other Magic & Mayhem offerings hit the shelves early. For example, the brand’s £300 Pine & Eucalyptus huge candle, and the Luxury Cologne collection (which will set you back £375, but in our opinion is absolutely worth every penny) will be released.

Jo Malone London Luxury Cologne Collection, £375, Available from 1 October at Harrods.

The rest of the decadent festive range by Jo Malone will be launching several weeks afterwards in late October. It features Christmas classics such as the beloved Orange Bitters fragrance and Christmas crackers, along with new additions such as a Hand Cream Collection. The much-coveted advent calendar will also be available to buy, of course.

Perhaps what’s most enticing about this year’s offerings is the packaging, which consists of a green, gold, and navy blue colour scheme. Divine.