The designer has described this as a sister to his Lola scent, and you can see why. Like Lola, it’s berry-based—though Dot feels more outdoorsy, likely thanks to the clever addition of coconut water.
In-house perfumer Jacques Polge blended grapefruit, bergamot, and rose with a shot of bourbon vanilla for this creamy, sultry scent.
When Lancôme set about creating a fragrance for which Julia Roberts would be the “ambassadress,” the actor expressed a fondness for patchouli—with reservations. “Even I, a great lover of patchouli, know it can be bad,” Roberts told me, laughing. “But Lancôme elevated it.” They did—by combining it with jasmine, orange blossom, and praline.