Andy Warhol Blue by Andy Warhol Perfume. Andy Warhol Blue is an Oriental women’s perfume that was released in 2001.
Peach, black currant, and floral notes make up the top notes, followed by rose, jasmine, and spicy notes in the middle. Amber, sandalwood, and woody notes comprise the base notes. This fragrance is best for day wear from spring through fall.
Perfumer Olivier Pescheux of Givaudan created this scent, which is held in a flacon with an aqua blue frame around a version of “Marilyn,” a
screen print by artist Andy Warhol. The color of the atomizer and the spray cap matches the frame, and the box for the perfume is transparent, with the brand name appearing at the top in gold. The American artist is known for his avant-garde films, pop art, and work in various media. French perfume company Cofinluxe began producing fragrances under the artist’s name in 1999. The last scents were created in 2005.