- Women’s cologne fragrance
- Size: 3.4 Fl. oz.
- Flacon: spray bottle
- Created by Sophia Grojsman
- Introduced in: 1991
About Bill Blass
At the height of his career in the 1970s, designer and WWII veteran Bill Blass didn’t just dress Nancy Reagan, Barbara Walters, and the ladies of New York society—he also accompanied them to black-tie parties and galas. A decade earlier, this charm put Blass and his similarly boisterous designs on the map at a time when fashionistas looked only to Paris for the newest styles. His sportswear boosted America’s standing on the international fashion stage via embroidered evening gowns, sweaters, and impeccable tailoring in fine cashmere and sable. Not surprisingly, the designer copped to being obsessed with glamour. “All my schoolbooks had drawings of women on terraces with a cocktail and a cigarette,” he said, describing a setting befitting of his luxurious clothes.
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