Fragrance description Elizabeth Arden 5th Avenue
5th Avenue Perfume by Elizabeth Arden is an exciting urban fragrance inspired by the dynamics of one of New York City’s most famous streets.
This stylishly tuned fragrance will start out by caressing your cheeks with the soft tones of lilac and linden tree blossoms. This fragile haze will set the stage for the dynamic and joyful chords of fresh mandarin and bergamot. The fragrance’s heart is unbendingly elegant and luxurious. The Bulgarian rose is delicately wedded with the pure essence of Indian tuberose trailed by graceful viola and brilliantly harmonized peach. This is all discreetly consummated with clove and nutmeg. The fragrance’s dynamic character is accentuated by rare Tibetan musk, sandalwood, iris, warm sunbathed amber and the sweet tones of playful vanilla. This original perfume by Elizabeth Arden is perfect for any occasion.
Elizabeth Arden 5th Avenue is a fragrance representing classic modern America. This perfume, which carries with it the unique breadth of a big city, will charge you with energy and the desire for new experiences.
- Base notes
- Amber, Clove, Iris, Musk, Sandalwood, Vanilla
- Middle notes
- Bulgarian Rose, Carnation, Jasmine, Nutmeg, Peach, Tuberose, Violet, Ylang-Ylang
- Top notes
- Bergamot, Lilac, Lily Of The Valley, Lime (Linden) Blossom, Magnolia, Tangerine
- Fragrance category
About the brand Elizabeth Arden
Elizabeth Arden fragrance and beauty | The company was founded in 1910 by Florence Nightingale Graham, an American-Canadian entrepreneur who went by the name Elizabeth Arden.
An ardent fighter for women’s rights and an expert on beauty products, Elizabeth Arden remains an inspiration to women all over the world to this day. In the time when she opened her first salon on New York’s Fifth Avenue, women rarely owned businesses and most of them didn’t use makeup on a regular basis. During World War II, Arden was designing products for women serving in the army, and in 1946 she became one of the first women to grace the cover of Time magazine.
Elizabeth Arden was also one of the first ones to apply the results of scientific research to beauty products. She urged women to stay hydrated, keep away from direct sunlight and practise yoga every day. Living by what she preached, Elizabeth lived to be 87 and created one of the most respected empires in the beauty industry.
Elizabeth Arden products aim to enhance and beautify skin instead of covering it, which is what made them popular with fabulous women like Marilyn Monroe or Marlene Dietrich.
One of the Elizabeth Arden’s most popular products is the Eight Hour Cream which protects and moisturises dry, cracked or irritated skin. When it comes to fragrances, the brand’s flagship perfume is probably the 5th Avenue, famous for its elegant floral aroma.