Curve, Curve Crush, Curve Connect, Curve Wave, or Curve Chill Eau de Toilette for Women (3.4 Fl. Oz.)

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Curve, Curve Crush, Curve Connect, Curve Wave, or Curve Chill Eau de Toilette for Women (3.4 Fl. Oz.)

Curve
  • Eau de Toilette for women
  • Top notes: orange, blackberry, apricot, mandarin orange, peach, grapefruit, ylang-ylang, and bergamot
  • Heart notes: cyclamen, magnolia, cassia, damask rose, yellow freesia, pink peony, lotus, and lily of the valley
  • Base notes: iris, sandalwood, amber, musk, violet, cedar, and mahogany
  • Size: 3.4 Fl. Oz.
  • Introduced in 1996
Curve Crush
  • Eau de Toilette for women
  • Fragrance notes: citruses, floral notes, tea, milk, sugar, cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, cloves, pepper, musk, and vanilla
  • Size: 3.4 Fl. Oz.
  • Introduced in 2003
Curve Connect
  • Eau de Toilette for women
  • Fragrance notes: sandalwood, plum, patchouli, cinnamon, melon, cactus flower, saffron, cedar, tangerine and, vanilla
  • Size: 3.4 Fl. Oz.
  • Introduced in 2008
Curve Wave
  • Eau de Toilette for women
  • Top notes: star fruit, ginger orchid, honeysuckle, and raspberry
  • Heart notes: frangipani, lily, passion flower, and hibiscus
  • Base notes: sandalwood, driftwood, amber, and musk
  • Size: 3.4 Fl. Oz.
  • Introduced in 2005
Curve Chill
  • Eau de Toilette for women
  • Top notes: ginger, green tea, and lemon
  • Heart notes: peony, freesia and, sweet pea
  • Base notes: musk, vetiver, and cedar
  • Size: 3.4 Fl. Oz.
  • Introduced in 2006

About Liz Claiborne

When Liz Claiborne started her eponymous label in 1976, she’d had about enough of the fashion industry. She was tired of the male-dominated hierarchy and the unflattering professional clothing they designed for women. It was a pivotal moment: after the domestically centered ’50s and mandatory tie-dye camps of the ’60s, women were entering the workforce in mass.

So, she did something about it. “She created a new foundation for a modern working woman’s wardrobe,” The New York Times wrote. She designed wearable, flattering pieces that were easy to mix and match. She insisted that department stores put all her clothing together so women could quickly and easily grab separates and go. Sometimes, she would pose as a salesgirl in dressing rooms to teach women how to wear clothes. “The concept was to dress the American working woman because I, as a working woman with a child, didn’t want to spend hours shopping,” she told WWD. “Things should be easy.” She must have struck a chord: Liz Claiborne was the first company founded by a woman to reach the Fortune 500.

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