Commodore by Gloria Vanderbilt Perfume. The perfume, Commodore by Gloria Vanderbilt, was launched in 2000.
This fragrance was introduced alongside its male counterpart of the same name. Like the cologne, this perfume has an overarching oriental aroma. Even though there are similarities, the perfume has hints of femininity. The creamy vanilla top notes are laced with a feminine lavender to bring forth a rich essence. The middle notes are mostly made up of balsams, which give off a sticky, sweet
smell. The perfume ends on tones of sandalwood and musk for a romantic sharpness.
Gloria Vanderbilt is a perfume designer who works alongside the parent company L’Oreal. Her first fragrance was released in 1982, but she has launched a variety of scents since that time. Most of her perfumes and colognes, including Commodore, introduce a sophisticated, worldly aroma. Her background in design and art may have impacted her career in perfumery. The packaging often invokes the same intrigue and artistry as the fragrances themselves.
Great-great granddaughter to Cornelius, Gloria Vanderbilt is known for many things besides her family name. As an actress, artist, author, designer, socialite and heir, Vanderbilt has managed to build a legacy for herself as one of the most fascinating women of our time. As a child she was the subject of a bitter custody battle and in adulthood married four times.
Eventually she discovered her artist self and began to write poetry and paint....
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