Elizabeth Arden Red Door

Unlock a World of Fragrance with Red Door

Of all our five senses, it’s our sense of smell that has the strongest links to our memory. Fragrance has the unique power to evoke recollections of a place, a person, or simply a feeling. This is why selecting the right scent for oneself; or to gift a special person in one’s life, is so important.

Timeless, elegant and glamorous best describe Elizabeth Arden’s iconic Red Door fragrance. Launched in 1989, the inspiration was the world-renowned Red Door Spa with its iconic red doors, situated on Park Avenue, New York.

The original scent has been revamped to embody the contemporary woman, but still carries the seductive signature floral notes, coupled with the opulence of sandalwood. This iconic fragrance has been constructed with each layer flowing seamlessly into the next, to create a formidable scent with great longevity.

Elizabeth Arden Red Door

Red Door continues to carve a niche in each wearer’s mind – and captivates, excites and commands the attention of fragrance lovers worldwide with its exquisite juice.

Classified as an amber floral, Red Door opens with rich, floral top notes of freesia, Lily of the valley and wild violets. At the heart of the scent is an intoxicating blend of red rose, Moroccan orange flower, ylang-ylang and jasmine. The final accord of the fragrance is sensual and alluring with notes of earthy oak moss, rich sandalwood and sweet honey.

The bottle design pays further homage to the iconic red doors found at the Red Door Spa. The fiery red bottle in the shape of a red door, coupled with the gold nozzle and rectangular glass cap, is a perfect tribute to the Elizabeth Arden woman.

Elizabeth Arden, Red Door, 100ml – R1 085,00
Elizabeth Arden, Red Door EDT, 50ml – R815,00
Elizabeth Arden, Red Door, EDT, 30ml – R650,00
Elizabeth Arden, Red Door, Body Lotion, 200ml – R330,00

Available instore and online at selected Woolworths, Edgars, Foschini, Truworths, Dis-Chem and Clicks stores. Also, online through Takealot and Superbalist.