From The Huffington Post:
Fanning will front the ad campaign for the floral scent, which is a spin-off of the brand’s Lola perfume. Said Jacobs to Women’s Wear Daily, “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.”
Interesting. I’ll have to keep a look out for this next time I’m out and about. She looks great and I like the softness of the photo but I hate the cave affect. I’m just glad she’s 18! Phallic much?