Andy Warhol Lexington Avenue
Think pre-Pop 1950s New York, when Andy Warhol lived on Lexington Avenue and plied his trade as a prolific illustrator — mainly of imaginative shoes. Hence the Warhol-designed mélange that covers the flacon. Lush and unapologetically seductive, this scent dares to link two of the most ultra-feminine commodities a woman can own: fragrance and footwear.
“See a shoe and Pick it up and all day long you'll have Good Luck.” — Andy Warhol
Notes: Blue cypress, fennel, roasted almonds, pink peony, crème brulée, and sandalwood