Elizabeth Taylor Passion
The first celebrity perfume released by actress Elizabeth Taylor, Passion is a floral oriental fragrance for women. Launched in 1987, this multifaceted feminine scent is crafted from white floral top notes of jasmine, ylang-ylang, and lily of the valley, with a heart of musk and spice resting on the base of incense, cedarwood, and sensual Indian sandalwood. The deep purple perfume bottle is shaped like a fan and features silver accents. The 1989 advertising campaign showcases Elizabeth Taylor reciting poetry about Passion.
|Perfume House||Elizabeth Arden Perfumes|
|Scent Classification||Floral Oriental|
|Fragrance Notes||Top - Jasmine, Ylang Ylang, Lily of the Valley
Heart - Spice, Musk
Base - Indian Sandalwood, Cedarwood, Incense
|Package Designer||Bottle designed by Simon Jeruchim|
|Print Campaign||Model - Elizabeth Taylor|
|TV Campaign||Actress - Elizabeth Taylor|
More Perfume Info
Elizabeth Taylor Passion - Celebrity Perfume
Elizabeth Taylor's Passion for Women is a rich sensual, romantic and elegant oriental-floral scent that reflects Elizabeth's own multi-layered personality."
Top - Jasmine, Ylang Ylang, and Lily of the Valley
Heart - Spice and Musk
Dry Down - Indian Sandalwood, Cedarwood, and Incense
Passion Woman Elizabeth Taylor Eau de Toilette Spray, 2.5 oz. $50, 1.5 oz. $50
Passion Perfumed Body Powder, 5 oz. $35
(Source: shop.elizabetharden.com, 2008)
World of Fragrance
"Elizabeth believed that a well-chosen perfume is an essential accessory for every woman. In 1987, she decided to blend her love of fine fragrances with her entrepreneurial spirit by releasing her first perfume, Passion. The scent was an instant hit. Today, Elizabeth's record-breaking, award-winning perfume empire continues with 16 different scents in total... Elizabeth personally designed her line of signature scents, working with master perfumers to ensure that each one was a glamorous peek into her unique and exciting lifestyle. She was so passionate about the quality of her perfumes that she not only wore them herself, but refused to wear anything else. Today, House of Taylor carries on Elizabeth’s legacy and, in partnership with Revlon, continues expanding her fragrance empire.