Shop by Categories

New Fragrances  [more]

Elizabeth Taylor

 

Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, is a American actress born in Hampstead, London, England in February 27, 1932. She is a daughter of Francis Lenn Taylor (1897-1968) and Sara Taylor (nee Sara Viola Warmbrodt, 1896-1994). Her parents, an art dealer and a former stage actress, were American. She has an elder brother, Howard, and was named for her paternal grandmother, Elizabeth Taylor (nee Elizabeth Mary Rosemond). Known to the tabloids as Liz Taylor, she became an actress as a child. She played in her first movie at the age of nine; her first important role was playing the lead in Clarence Brown's film National Velvet, in which a young girl, Velvet Brown, played by Taylor, trains a horse to win the Grand National. At the age of 3 she began taking ballet lessons. Later, she attended University High School in Los Angeles, California and received her high school diploma January 26, 1950. She was made a Dame of the British Empire on 12/31/1999. Taylor has devoted much time and energy to AIDS-related charities.

Elizabeth Taylor's perfumes include Passion, White Diamonds, and Black Pearls, that together earn an estimated $200 million in annual sales. Created in 1991, White Diamonds perfume features top notes of neroli, lily and tuberose. Black Pearls perfume for women is spicy with accompanying fruity notes of citrus and melons. Other fragrances include Forever Elizabeth perfume and Elizabeth Taylor Gardenia perfume for women. In the Fall of 2006, Dame Elizabeth Taylor celebrated the 15th anniversary of her White Diamonds perfume, one of the top-10 best selling fragrances for more than a decade.



Join Our Coupon List & More!