Gloria Vanderbilt’s perfume Vanderbilt is a perfume that is named after the famous American painter, Gloria Laura Vanderbilt. This fragrance can be described as a womanly and classical perfume for women. The composition of this fragrance begins with casual notes that are light and fresh, including aldehydes, bergamot, green notes, neroli and pineapple. The classical flowery heart is composed of jasmine, orange blossom, rose, tuberose and ylang-ylang. Oriental base includes cinnamon notes, civet, musk, opoponax, vetiver, sandalwood and vanilla. Gloria Vanderbilt’s eau de toilette Vanderbilt has been suggested to be worn during the day. Sophia Grojsman was the creator of this perfume in 1982. Vanderbilt is a soft, oriental, floral fragrance that explores essences of freesia, bergamot and jasmine blended with notes of amber, vanilla and cedar. Vanderbilt for Women is recommended for evening wear. Gloria Vanderbilt is an painter, actress, designer, author, socialite and heiress from one of America's most protruding families of the 19th century. Her great great grandfather Cornelius Vanderbilt recognised tremendous wealth in the shipping and railroad industries. The Designer Gloria Vanderbilt has around 12 perfumes in their fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 1982 and the newest is from 2012. Gloria Vanderbilt perfumes were made in collaboration with perfumers Laurent Bruyere, Sonia Constant, Christine Nagel, Francis Kurkdjian, Sophia Grojsman, Olivier Pescheux and Olivier Gillotin.
alcohol denat, aqua, parfum, propylene glycol, BHT, butylphenol sulfonate, tributyl citrate, benzyl salicylate, citral, citronellol, geraniol, hexyl cinnamal, isoeugenol, butylphenyl methylpropional, limonene, linalool, hydroxyisohexyl 3-cyclohexene-carboxaldehyde, alpha-isomethyl ionone.