An American comedy/drama/mystery series that aired from October 3, 2004 to May 13, 2012 Desperate Housewives was set on Wisteria Lane, a suburban street in the fictional American town of Fairview in the fictional Eagle State
. The show followed the lives of a group of women as seen through the eyes of their dead neighbor who committed suicide in the first episode. Daily domestic struggles and family life masked the secrets, crimes and mysteries behind the door of every home in this outwardly...
picture perfect neighborhood.
Desperate Housewives was well received by viewers and critics alike during its run. A multi Emmy, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild award winner the series ran into several roadblocks before finally being approved on ABC. In time Desperate Housewives proved to be one of the programs that turned around the network’s declining fortunes and became a cultural phenomenon in the process.
In conjunction with Coty, Desperate Housewives launched their first perfume in 2006. Desperate Housewives Forbidden Fruit is anything but a fragrance for the distressed or fraught woman. A casual and playful scent this fruity perfume presents itself confidently with orange, apple and peach mixed with an expansive floral array touched by spicy hints of pepper and calmed by various woods. Forbidden Fruit is not overly sweet and eludes a nice warm aura captivating attention and drawing in all admirers—very much like the ladies of Wisteria Lane.