Heaven Sent Vanilla by Dana Perfume. Heaven Sent Vanilla Perfume is a classic feminine scent that has been a favorite with countless women since its
introduction in 1941. Equally ideal for an intimate night out or casual daily wear, this versatile perfume in the Heaven Sent series leads with sweet and sensuous vanilla. The center brightens with green notes of gardenia, and finishes off with delicate musk and sandalwood.
The house of Dana was first established in Barcelona Spain in 1932 by
Javier Sierra, who originally worked with the Spanish perfumer Myrurgia. The name Dana comes from the heroine Danae of Greek mythology. She was the mother of the hero Perseus, and for ages she has come to epitomize female beauty and grace, as well as sexual passion and personal strength. The very first perfume offering, "Tabu" was introduced in 1932, and it was designed to be both shocking and sensual, combining oriental florals and spicy citrus with exotic musk, amber and wood.
The house of Dana was established in 1932 in Barcelona, Spain by Javier Sierra, formerly with the Spanish perfume house of Myrurgia. The house was named after Danae, the mother of Perseus in Greek mythology. An alleged great beauty, Danae has come to symbolize female beauty and it is her representation that graced the company’s logo. Moving to Paris shortly after its founding, the house was relocated once again in 1940 to the United States...
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