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Oscar de la Renta left his native Dominican Republic at 18 years of age to study paitning at the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. While living in Spain, he become interested in the world of design and began sketching for leading Spanish fashion houses, which soon led to an apprenticeship with Spain’s most renowned couturier, Crist?bal Balenciago.

Later, Oscar de la Renta left Spain to join Antonio Castillo as a couture assistant at the house of Lanvin in Paris.

In 1963, Oscar de la Renta came to New York to design the couture collection for Elizabeth Arden.

In 1965, Mr. de la Renta began his signature ready-to-wear label.

The Oscar de la Renta label is comprised of the Signature ready-to-wear collection and Pink Label. To complement these designs, the Fall 2001 runway show marked the debut of Oscar de la Renta Accessories, bags, belts, jewelry, scarves, and shoes.

The world of Oscar de la Renta also includes a high end sportswear collection (OSCAR by Oscar de la Renta), cosmetic cases, eyewear, furs, jewelry, lingerie, scarves, sleepwear, and swimwear.

For men, Mr. de la Renta licenses products, including hosiery, sport coats, suits, and trousers. In South and Central America and Mexico there is a Sportswear line for men and boys and OSCAR JEANS, for men and women.

Mr. de la Renta has also ventured into the home with both furniture and home fragrance collections.

2002 marks the debut of Intrusion, the latest Oscar de la Renta fragrance for women. Oscar de la Renta launched his first perfume, Oscar, in 1977. Today, Oscar is a bestseller in over 70 countries and winner of the 1991 Fragrance Foundation Perennial Success Award. In 1980, he created a fragrance for men, Pour Lui.

In 1995, Oscar de la Renta was the recipient of the Living Legend Award from the American Society of Perfumes. In the fall of 1999, Oscar de la Renta introduced Oscar for Men.

Oscar de la Renta’s talents receive continual international recognition. Among many other honors, Oscar de la Renta received the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) Womenswear Designer of the Year Award in 2000. In February 1990, he was honored with the CFDA Lifetime Achievement Award.

From 1973 to 1976, and from 1986 to 1988, Oscar de la Renta served as Presidetn of the CFDA. He is also a two-time winner of the Coty American Fashion Critic’s Award and was inducted into the Coty Hall of Fame in 1973.

With his spring 1993 collection for the house of Pierre Balmain, Oscar de la Renta became the first American to design for a French couture house and has been awarded the French Legion d’Honneur as a Commandeur.

The Dominican Republic has also honored its best known native son as one of its most distinguished citizens with the order al Mérito de Juan Pablo Duarte and the order of Crist?bal Col?n. In 1996, Mr. de la Renta received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Hispanic Heritage Society and in 2000 he marched down Fifth Avenue as Grand Marshall of New York City’s Hispanic Day Parade.

Also in 2000, Mr. de la Renta received the Gold Medal of Bellas Artes from the King of Spain.

Oscar de la Renta has also helped build a much needed school and day-care center in the Dominican Republic for 1,200 children.

Oscar de la Renta is a tireless patron of the arts. He serves as a board member of The Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall, and Channel Thirteen/WNET. He is also on the boards of important cultural institutions such as New Yorkers for Children, the American Society, and the Spanish Institute.


During a 43-year Hollywood career that spanned the development of the motion picture medium as a modern American art, Walter Elias Disney, a modern Aesop, established himself and his product as a genuine part of Americana. David Low, the late British political cartoonist, called Disney "the most significant figure in graphic arts since Leonardo."

A pioneer and innovator and the possessor of one of the most fertile imaginations the world has ever known, Walt Disney, along with members of his staff, received more than 950 honors and citations from every nation in the world, including 48 Academy Awards® and seven Emmys® in his lifetime. Walt Disney's personal awards included honorary degrees from Harvard, Yale, the University of Southern California, and UCLA; the Presidential Medal of Freedom; France's Legion of Honor and Officer d'Academie decorations; Thailand's Order of the Crown; Brazil's Order of the Southern Cross; Mexico's Order of the Aztec Eagle; and the Showman of the World Award from the National Association of Theatre Owners.

The creator of Mickey Mouse and founder of the Disneyland® and Walt Disney World® Theme Parks was born in Chicago, Illinois, on December 5, 1901. His father, Elias Disney, was Irish-Canadian. His mother, Flora Call Disney, was of German-American descent. Walt was one of five children, four boys and a girl.

Raised on a farm near Marceline, Missouri, Walt became interested in drawing at an early age, selling his first sketches to neighbors when he was only seven years old. At McKinley High School in Chicago, Disney divided his attention between drawing and photography, contributing both to the school paper. At night he attended the Academy of Fine Arts.

During the fall of 1918, Disney attempted to enlist for military service. Rejected because he was only 16 years of age, Walt joined the Red Cross and was sent overseas, where he spent a year driving an ambulance and chauffeuring Red Cross officials. His ambulance was covered from stem to stern -- not with stock camouflage, but with drawings and cartoons.

After the war, Walt returned to Kansas City, where he began his career as an advertising cartoonist. Here, in 1920, he created and marketed his first original animated cartoons and later perfected a new method for combining live action and animation.

In August 1923, Walt Disney left Kansas City for Hollywood with nothing but a few drawing materials, $40 in his pocket, and a completed animated and live-action film. Walt's brother, Roy O. Disney, was already in California, with an immense amount of sympathy and encouragement, and $250. Pooling their resources, they borrowed an additional $500 and constructed a camera stand in their uncle's garage. Soon they received an order from New York for the first "Alice Comedy" featurette, and the brothers began their production operation in the rear of a Hollywood real estate office two blocks away.

On July 13, 1925, Walt married one of his first employees, Lillian Bounds, in Lewiston, Idaho. They were blessed with two daughters -- Diane, married to Ron Miller, former president and chief executive officer of Walt Disney Productions; and Sharon Disney Lund, a member of Disney's Board of Directors. The Millers have seven children and Mrs. Lund had three.

Mickey Mouse was created in 1928, and his talents were first used in a silent cartoon entitled "Plane Crazy." Before the cartoon could be released, however, sound burst upon the motion picture screen. Thus Mickey made his screen debut in "Steamboat Willie," the world's first fully synchronized sound cartoon, which premiered at the Colony Theatre in New York on November 18, 1928.

Walt's drive to perfect the art of animation was tireless. Technicolor was introduced to animation during the production of his "Silly Symphonies." In 1932, the film "Flowers and Trees" won Walt the first of his 32 personal Academy Awards®. In 1937, he released "The Old Mill," the first short subject to utilize the multiplane camera technique.

On December 21 of that same year, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," the first full-length animated musical feature, premiered at the Carthay Circle Theater in Los Angeles. Produced at the unheard-of cost of $1,499,000 during the depths of the Depression, the film is still considered one of the great feats and imperishable monuments of the motion picture industry. During the next five years, Walt completed such other full-length animated classics as "Pinocchio," "Fantasia," "Dumbo," and "Bambi." In 1940, construction was completed on Disney's Burbank studio, and the staff swelled to more than 1,000 artists, animators, story men, and technicians. During World War II, 94 percent of the Disney facilities were engaged in special government work, including the production of training and propaganda films for the armed services, as well as health films that are still shown throughout the world by the U.S. State Department. The remainder of Disney's efforts were devoted to the production of comedy short subjects, deemed essential to civilian and military morale.

Disney's 1945 feature, the musical "The Three Caballeros," combined live action with the cartoon medium, a process he used successfully in other features such as "Song of the South" and the highly acclaimed "Mary Poppins." In all, 81 features were released by the studio during his lifetime.

Walt's inquisitive mind and keen sense for education through entertainment resulted in the award-winning "True-Life Adventure" series. Through such films as "The Living Desert," "The Vanishing Prairie," "The African Lion," and "White Wilderness," Disney gave audiences fascinating insights into the world of wild animals and taught the importance of conserving our nation's outdoor heritage.

Disneyland, launched in 1955 as a fabulous $17 million Magic Kingdom, soon increased its investment tenfold and had entertained, by its third decade, more than 250 million people, including presidents, kings and queens, and royalty from all over the globe.

A pioneer in the field of television programming, Disney began television production in 1954 and was among the first to present full-color programming with his "Wonderful World of Color" in 1961. "The Mickey Mouse Club" and "Zorro" were popular favorites in the 1950s.

But that was only the beginning. In 1965, Walt Disney turned his attention toward the problem of improving the quality of urban life in America. He personally directed the design of an Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow, or EPCOT®, planned as a living showcase for the creativity of American industry.

Said Disney, "I don't believe there is a challenge anywhere in the world that is more important to people everywhere than finding the solution to the problems of our cities But where do we begin? Well, we're convinced we must start with the public need. And the need is not just for curing the old ills of old cities. We think the need is for starting from scratch on virgin land and building a community that will become a prototype for the future."

Thus, Disney directed the purchase of 43 square miles of virgin land -- twice the size of Manhattan Island -- in the center of the state of Florida. Here he master-planned a whole Disney world of entertainment to include a new amusement theme park, a motel-hotel resort vacation center, and his Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow. After more than seven years of master planning and preparation, including 52 months of actual construction, Walt Disney World opened to the public as scheduled on October 1, 1971. Epcot Center opened on October 1, 1982.

Prior to his death on December 15, 1966, Walt Disney took a deep interest in the establishment of California Institute of the Arts, a college-level professional school of all the creative and performing arts.


Yves Saint Laurent born in Algeria in 1936 was one of the most influential and controversial fashion designers of all time. Perhaps one of the most iconic fragrance quotes of all time, he famously said "I prefer to shock rather than to bore through repetition". His iconic looks from Le Smoking, women’s tuxedos and the Safari suits also informed his perfumes. He was the first designer to feature multi-cultural models in the 1960s. As a young man, Yves Saint Laurent left Algeria for Paris to work for designer Christian Dior and in 1966 launched his own brand and rose to great fame as the first (then) living designer to receive a solo exhibition in New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1983.

Yves Saint Laurent fragrances, reflected his life as a fragile man who was also emboldened to take risks. His first masculine scent, YSL pour homme (Raymond Chaillan) debuted in 1971, an effortlessly sensual perfume that was brilliantly matched with the scandalous advertising, his anti-macho nude portrait shot by Jean Loup Sieff.

Yves Saint Laurent Perfumes were gender fluid long before the term was invented. Yves Saint Laurent Perfumes Eau Libre broke barriers by featuring a mixed-racial couple sharing it. This line, which was reformulated in 2019, was the first perfume openly marketed as unisex and for its sparkling citrus greenery. The vibrant post war Ville Lumière scene provided him with stimuli and glory. Reflecting all that was wonderful then…. friends, love and dreams fulfilled shine in Yves Saint Laurent Perfumes Y (Jacques Bercia and Michel Hy)1964, a peach and iris-laden chypre, perfectly suited his connection with the Rive Gauche intellectuals, which also became the name for one is his bestselling women's fragrances in 1970.

Yves Saint Laurent spent his whole life struggling with angels and demons, with creativity and thoughts of death, highs and lows, with spiritual love and with lust. The joyful days spent with Pierre Berge shines in Paris, with its romantic fruity scent with notes of roses. But in the controversial Opium, the dark side surfaced, In 1977, the year Opium was produced, it was shocking to suggest such a thing let alone market it. Opium was boycotted around the world, editorials damned it and it sold out immediately.

In 1993, Yves Saint Laurent introduced a new scent called Champagne and was sued by the French wine industry. In a clever comeback, Saint Laurent named his contentious fragrance Yvresse. This is a wonderful play on the French word "ivresse" meaning "intoxication".

"Fashion comes and goes, but style is eternal…" Yves Laurent said. His legacy lives on in perfumes that are still loved by men and women all over the world.

What are the Most Popular Elizabeth Taylor Perfumes?

Renowned actress Elizabeth Taylor was the first celebrity to build her own fragrance empire after released her first fragrance Passion in 1987. Elizabeth Taylor's love of fine jewelry inspired most of the 20 perfumes she would launch with Elizabeth Arden. Her legacy lives on long after her passing in 2011.Elizabeth Taylor paid as much attention to the decorative bottles that held her perfumes as the perfumes themselves and each are affordable works of art.

Elizabeth Taylor White Diamonds, composed by Carlos Benaim in 1991, is the best selling celebrity scent of all time. Whether by design or as a respite from her dramatic personal life, White Diamonds is a clean, soft white floral a little green and although oakmoss is listed in the notes along with lily, rose, narcissus, jasmine, tuberose; and a base of oakmoss and sandalwood; it smells like a happy fragrance and bit like an expensive soap you save for special occasions. White Diamonds won a Fragrance Foundation Award in 2009.

She was a perfumista and it was rumored she wore Tuvache's Jungle Gardenia during the filming of the famous film Cleopatra; perhaps it was the basis for Elizabeth Taylor Gardenia which was launched in 2003. Light and fresh florals meld with green notes and an intoxicating gardenia that smells as if it was plucked from the stem. The bottle is magnificent, just as a gardenia's growing shape, the gold nozzle like the flower's center. Elizabeth Taylor was quoted as saying that it was of her most personal fragrances, and gave her a sense of bliss and perfectly captured the essence of a bright and sunny morning in her garden. This is a great perfume for day and casual wear but is sensual and long lasting; perfect for a summer evening out.

Elizabeth Taylor Diamond and Sapphires sparkles with sweet sophistication. This aquatic fragrance opens with a cool melon that is dewy and fresh. Peach is the power flower in this fragrance. Spice, powder and vanilla sugar then set like a jewel into a huge bouquet of gardenias, lily of the valley, pale roses and jasmine. Light and bright with green spring nuances, this is a lovely fragrance for any occasion.

Who is Elizabeth Taylor?

No actress in Hollywood exuded the glamour of Elizabeth Taylor, From the nine-year-old child star to AIDS activist, from ingenue to the woman who married eight times (twice to Richard Burton), her exotic beauty, tumultuous personal life and violet eyes made her the most famous actress of her time. She won two Academy Awards and four Golden Globes over her lifetime.

Where to Buy Elizabeth Taylor Perfumes?

Elizabeth Taylor Perfumes are fresh, floral, classic and easy to wear. No matter which Elizabeth Taylor scent you choose, you'll get a premium product at the best price when you shop at worldsuperstorez.


Liz Claiborne is a stylish brand that was collaboratively founded in 1976 by four fashion designers: Claiborne, Art Ortenberg (her husband), Leonard Boxer, and Jerome Chazen. Before starting Liz Claiborne Inc., Claiborne studied art informally in Europe and then worked in Manhattan for a few different designer companies. She started her eponymous brand to design stylish and affordable sportswear for women at a time when working women had few wardrobe options. In 1986, the company unveiled the first of a long line of Liz Claiborne perfume, simply titled Liz Claiborne, and a Liz Claiborne cologne for men, called Claiborne, followed in 1989. Whether you’re a fan of these original classics or prefer one of the company’s newer creations, at worldsuperstorez, you can find everything and more for a lower-than-designer price.

The company has worked with many high-profile names in the perfume industry to craft luxurious Liz Claiborne fragrances, including the in-house Chanel perfumer, Olivier Polge, and New York IFF perfumer, Jean-Marc Chaillan. The results speak for themselves. No matter what woman you’re shopping for, there’s a Liz Claiborne perfume for her. Is she a playful sort who’s always up for an adventure? Try Bora Bora, reminiscent of the salt, sand, and fresh breezes you can only find in the tropics. Is she always a lady, graceful and feminine? She might like Lucky You, a light floral with touches of grapefruit and poppy. Do you know someone who loves a night out and draws double-takes wherever she goes? There’s a Liz Claiborne perfume for her, too: try Spark, a sensuous blend of caramel, vanilla, honey, and cedar.

Liz Claiborne cologne for men also offers plenty of options, from exotic and entrancing Mambo to oriental Lucky Number 6 to the invigoratingly spicy Curve Appeal. And whether you’re shopping for a man or a woman, for yourself, or for a gift, you can save a bundle on these great Liz Claiborne fragrances with worldsuperstorez. Take advantage of our coupon codes for even greater prices, and to sweeten the deal even further, enjoy free shipping. Shop with the confidence that comes from knowing all of our designer fragrances are all 100% authentic.

Q: What does Liz Claiborne perfume smell like?
A: The exact scent of any Liz Claiborne perfume is going to depend on which perfume you choose. To demonstrate, we’ll compare Curve with Bora Bora. Curve is a fresh, flowery perfume for a woman who is a romantic at heart. Its juicy citrus fragrance invigorates and energizes. It has notes of water lily, lemon, and sandalwood. On the other hand, Bora Bora begins with a salty sand accord, featuring tuberose and pink peppercorn notes.

Q: Is Liz Claiborne perfume still made?
A: Yes, but it’s a bit complicated. The Liz Claiborne company became Fifth & Pacific Companies, Inc. in 2012, and then Kate Spade & Company in 2014. Now, the company is owned by Tapestry, Inc., and it releases new fragrances under the labels of Kate Spade New York and Jack Spade.

Does Perfume Expire? Find Out If Your Fragrance Has Gone Bad

If you’ve ever owned a fragrance for many years, you may have noticed that the potency had lessened or it started to smell off over time. These are signs your perfume could be nearing its expiration date. Does perfume expire? Does cologne go bad? They definitely can, but there are many things you can do to increase its lifespan. The quality, scent family it’s in, and how a fragrance is stored can have a major impact on how long a perfume lasts.

Here we’ll cover everything you need to know about how long perfume and cologne lastshow to tell if your perfume has expired and how to store it properly.

Does Perfume Expire?

Yes, perfume and cologne do go bad. However, how long they last depends on the scent’s chemical composition. Many perfumes, especially from well-respected brand names like Chanel or Marc Jacobs, don’t have a hard-and-fast expiration date. Some will begin to expire in less than a year and others will last upwards of 10 years. However, three to five years is the average shelf life of a fragrance.

According to experts, perfumes with heavier base notes will last the longest. Some people compare these perfumes to a fine wine—they get better with age. Examples of scents with heavier base notes include oriental scents, such as those with patchouli and amber.

When the lighter base notes are prominent in a fragrance, the solution is often more volatile. Citrus, green and floral perfumes, for instance, often don’t last as long.

chart that explains perfumes with more prominent base notes have a longer shelf life


Shelf life also depends on how you store the fragrances. Perfumes that are stored correctly will last much longer than those that are not (more on that later).

If your perfume does expire, applying it could result in an unpleasant smell, skin irritations or—in extreme cases—an allergic reaction. If your perfume is more than a couple years old, it’s probably best to test it before you use it.

Three Simple Ways to Tell If Your Perfume Is Expired

If you’re wondering “how long does perfume last,” you can tell if your particular perfume is expired by checking its scent, appearance and any expiration dates that might be included. Like we mentioned before, many people believe that if the perfume still smells good, it’s not expired (even if it smells different).

Other people will say they are unable to tell if a fragrance has gone bad. Here are some ways you can test if your perfume is expired.

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