Estee Lauder Aliage - perfume for women

Aliage by Estee Lauder - A green citrus "sports" fragrance for women created by perfumers Francis Camail and Bernard Chant featuring notes of fresh green accords, jasmine, citrus, rose, oakmoss, vetiver, and cedarwood. This fresh and energetic feminine fragrance was first launched in 1972 with an updated perfume bottle introduced in 2016. It's available in an eau de parfum spray from Neiman Marcus and Macy's.

Estee Lauder Aliage Fragrance

Estee Lauder Aliage Perfume

Estee Lauder Aliage - fragrance info

Perfume House Estee Lauder
Introduced 1972
Perfumer Francis Camail
Bernard Chant
Scent Classification Green Chypre
Fragrance Notes Top -- fresh greens, jasmine, citrus
Heart -- nutmeg, rose, armoise
Base -- oakmoss, vetiver, cedarwood
Package Design Glass perfume bottle updated in 2016.
Print/TV Campaign  
Available Products Eau de Parfum 1.7 oz / $58

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Estee Lauder Aliage

Estee Lauder Aliage Sport Eau de Parfum

The very first "sports fragrance."
Fresh, green notes and cool citrus. Exuberant, engaging and brimming with energy, it celebrates a new femininity.

Introduced in 1972, Aliage was an idea ahead of its time. Mrs. Estee Lauder created it as the very first "sports fragrance" because she felt that the active woman needed a scent all her own. She designed it for the contemporary woman who likes casual clothes, leads an active life and moves around the world as if it were her home.

Aliage celebrates the new femininity which emerged in the early '70s. At that time, perfume advertising was about ballgowns and glamour, not bicycles and fishing boots. Women were surprised and thrilled by this fresh, cool fragrance and its exuberant, energetic feeling. It was a revolutionary concept at the time, and an idea that's still relevant today.

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