Jo Malone Pdf

Jo Malone

Number of page: 416
Author: Jo Malone
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781501110597
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Known around the world for her eponymous brand of fragrances and now her brand-new venture Jo Loves (soon to debut in the US), Jo Malone tells the remarkable and inspiring story of her rise from humble beginnings to beloved business success.Jo Malone began her international fragrance and scented candle business in 1983 from her kitchen, where she made bath oils as thank-you gifts for her facial clients. She opened her first store in London in 1994, and in 1999 she sold the Jo Malone London brand to Estee Lauder Companies. Recently, she launched a new brand, Jo Loves, igniting the excitement of fashion and beauty converts all over the world. Raised in government-subsidized housing in Kent in the early 1960s, Jo Malone left school as a teenager to care for her mother after she had a stroke. Jo had not been successful in school because of her dyslexia, but she had the ability to see and feel everything in scent. Her at-home beauty business and hand-made products became popular, and word of her talent spread until an international brand was born. After the sale of her company and the birth of her son, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent treatment in New York. Thus began the second chapter of her life, and in this memoir, Jo tells her full amazing and inspiring personal story.

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About The Author

Jo Malone has been described as an “English scent maverick” and the woman responsible for creating some of the world’s most-loved fragrances for her first brand, Jo Malone London. In 1999, Jo sold the business to Estée Lauder Companies and remained Creative Director until she left in 2006. In November 2011, she launched her new brand Jo Loves. Recognized for her industry expertise, Jo regularly shares her brand building experience and passion for business and creativity to audiences around the world, in addition to consumer publications, radio, and TV. She is the author of Jo Malone: My Story.


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    Jo Malone: My Story Malone, creator of the Jo Malone London and Jo Loves fragrances, takes readers on the journey from her modest childhood in England in the 1960s to her global success. At a young age, Malone struggled academically and doubted herself because of dyslexia, but soon she found her passion: working alongside her mother to concoct lotions and facial creams. After coping with her father’s charming but
  •  A Google User A Google User
    Jo Malone: My Story Malone, creator of the Jo Malone London and Jo Loves fragrances, takes readers on the journey from her modest childhood in England in the 1960s to her global success. At a young age, Malone struggled academically and doubted herself because of dyslexia, but soon she found her passion: working alongside her mother to concoct lotions and facial creams. After coping with her father’s charming but
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