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Oscar de La Renta PERFUME

Oscar de la Renta is a fashion designer born in the Dominican Republic in 1932. Displaying an early aptitude for art, Oscar left for Spain, to study painting at Madrid's Academy of San Fernando. Fascinated by Spanish culture and with a growing interest in fashion design, Oscar began sketching for fashion houses and landed a position with leading couturier, Cristobal Balenciaga. In 1960, he moved to Paris and worked as a couture assistant at...
Oscar de la Renta is a fashion designer born in the Dominican Republic in 1932. Displaying an early aptitude for art, Oscar left for Spain, to study painting at Madrid's Academy of San Fernando. Fascinated by Spanish culture and with a growing interest in fashion design, Oscar began sketching for fashion houses and landed a position with leading couturier, Cristobal Balenciaga. In 1960, he moved to Paris and worked as a couture assistant at Lanvin.
After working in the glamorous world of haute couture for several years, Oscar's business sense led him in the direction of ready-to-wear. He left for the United States in 1963, taking a position with Elizabeth Arden (who then produced fashions as well as cosmetics.) In 1965, after earning some industry recognition through his work at Arden, Oscar was ready to launch his own fashion house.
Oscar's background in the Dominican Republic and his experience in the couture houses of Madrid and Paris express themselves in unique, colorful and feminine fashions featuring luxurious fabrics and attention to detail. The house experienced immediate success, and Oscar won the 1967 and 1968 Coty American Fashion Critics' Awards. He was installed in the Coty Hall of Fame in 1973, and that same year, began a three-year term as President of the Council of Fashion Designers of America.
Oscar de la Renta became a United States citizen in 1971.
Oscar's success as a designer continued through the 1980s and early 1990s. In 1993, while continuing to offer clothing under his own brand, he accepted a position as head couturier at Balmain. He is the first American to design for a French couture house. His tenure at Balmain continued through 2002. Upon his return to America, the Oscar de la Renta brand expanded to include accessories, home furnishings and a retail division with stores around the world. Oscar de la Renta fashions have dressed some of the late 20th century's most famous, powerful and glamorous women, including three former First Ladies.
Oscar de la Renta's first fragrance, 1977's Oscar for women, was introduced and remains a worldwide best-seller today. A series of fragrances for men and women have followed. Oscar de la Renta fragrances are produced in conjunction with L'Oreal.
Designer Oscar de la Renta has 46 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 1977 and the newest is from 2016. Oscar de la Renta fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Frank Voelkl, Ann Gottlieb, Jacques Cavallier, Alberto Morillas, Jean-Marc Chaillan, Carlos Benaim, Jean-Louis Sieuzac, Calice Becker, Sonia Constant, Beatrice Piquet, Ilias Ermenidis, Sophia Grojsman, Irina Burlakova, Pascal Gaurin and Bruno Jovanovic.


Esprit d’Oscar
2011 for women
Gentleman
2016 for men
Intrusion
2002 for women
Live in Love
2011 for women
Oscar
1977 for women
Oscar Bamboo
2006 for women
Oscar Celebration
2007 for women
Oscar Citrus
2005 for women
Oscar de la Renta Pour Lui
1980 for men
Oscar Flor
2015 for women
Oscar for Men
1999 for men
Oscar Fresh Vanilla
2008 for women
Oscar Gold
2006 for women
Oscar Island Flowers
2006 for women
Oscar Latin Light
2003 for women
Oscar Limited Edition
2007 for women
Oscar Marine Spirit
2005 for women
Oscar Pink Lily
2006 for women
Oscar Red Satin
2007 for women
Oscar Sheer Freesia
2009 for women
Oscar Summer
2008 for women
Oscar Summer Dew
2007 for women
Oscar Summer Tropical Colors
2007 for women
Oscar Tropical
2002 for women
Oscar Tropical Flower
2006 for women
Oscar Velvet
2016 for women
Oscar Velvet Noir
2016 for women
Oscar Violet
2005 for women
Red Orchid
2007 for women
Rosamor
2004 for women
Rosamor Eau d’Ete
2005 for women
Rosamor Island Flowers
2006 for women
Ruffles
1983 for women
So de la Renta
1997 for women
Soft Amber
2008 for women
Soft Blossom
2014 for women
Something Blue
2013 for women
Volupte
1992 for women
Essential Luxuries
Coralina
2012 for women
Granada
2012 for women
Mi Corazon
2012 for women
Oriental Lace
2012 for women
Santo Domingo
2012 for women and men
Sargasso
2012 for women
Extraordinary
Extraordinary
2015 for women
Extraordinary Pétale
2016 for women
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