Elizabeth Arden design house launched 5th Avenue in 1996 as a floral fragrance for women. Named after the world famous street, it is designed for the confident, successful and elegant women. The creator is Ann Gottlieb. It is described as a classic, stylish scent.
A unisex eau de toilette without artifice, inspired by the luxurious pleasure of simple shapes. It combines a top note of bergamot with an exotic hint of Japanese yuzu. For the man and woman of simple, natural tastes.
To celebrate the new chapter in the iconic couple’s love story, Dolce&Gabbana reinvents its two cult fragrances: Light Blue and Light Blue pour Homme.
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