Oscar Orange Flower by Oscar De La Renta Perfume.
Oscar Orange Flower is a bright combination of citrus and floral accords that is the very essence of sunshine, warmth and gentle breezes. This perfume, first introduced in 2016, is the epitome of summer. The fragrance opens with a blast of uplifting citrus from notes of mandarin orange, bergamot and neroli. As these notes fade, orange blossom rushes in to take the place of the neroli, as well as jasmine and lily-of-the-valley, creating a warm
white floral heart. The perfume closes with musk, amber and white woods, giving the finish a little extra substance and flair.
Oscar de la Renta was a Dominican-American fashion designer with many boutiques around the world, as well as lines of fragrance, accessories and home furnishings. Born in the Dominican Republic and educated in Spain, de la Renta worked for some of fashion’s greatest fashion labels, including Balenciaga and Lanvin, before opening his own line in 1965. His first fragrance was released in 1977.
Born in the Dominican Republic, Oscar de la Renta traveled to Madrid in 1950 when he was 18 years of age to study painting. He soon found himself drawn to fashion and design and started working in the industry by sketching for Spanish fashion houses which eventually led to an apprenticeship with Cristóbal Balenciaga. A few years later the opportunity to work as couture assistant at Lanvin with Antonio Castillo was offered to de la Renta and he...
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