Born in New York in 1947 and raised in both the United States and Europe, Danielle Steel was the only child of parents who divorced when she was eight years of age
. Developing an early love for composition Steel began to write stores as a child moving onto poetry as a teen. She studied literature and fashion at Parsons School of Design for a year until she moved to New York University.
With a personal life as storied as any given character from her many novels—she has nine children, been...
five times and has been the recipient of numerous awards for both her literary work and charitable activities, Steel is one of the best selling writers of all time. The author of over 110 dramatic and romance novels, of which 22 have been adapted for television, Steel’s work has been translated into 28 languages and is currently available in 47 countries around the world. Her work often explores the less savory side of human nature with Steele’s characters working through serious life issues such as illness, death and loss, topics of which greatly appeal to the masses.
In conjunction with Estee Lauder, Danielle Steel launched her fragrance in 2006. Danielle is a light feminine floral based scent suitable for the day. Unique without being overbearing, this clean smelling perfume will definitely draw attention without standing out too strongly. Housed in a simple heavy glass bottle reminiscent of modern fine crystal it is finished by a simple yet elegant ballet pink box with black lace accents.