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Elizabeth Arden

Elizabeth Arden was the business name of Florence Nightingale Graham, a Canadian entrepreneur born in 1884. The Elizabeth Arden name was created from the first name of a friend and the title of Tennyson's poem 'Enoch Arden.'

Arden's major contribution to the world was to bring cosmetics to the mainstream, making the use of make up acceptable to middle class women, where before it been more closely associated with the lower echelons of society.

Pioneering the scientific formulation of cosmetics, colour coordination of eye, lip and facial make up and originating the concept of the beauty makeover, Arden came to be amongst the wealthiest women in the world at the peak of her career.

Despite being more concerned with cosmetics during her lifetime the Elizabeth Arden company has been more and more involved with perfumes in more recent times.

Please follow the links below for our selection of Elizabeth Arden fragrances.

Please note: We are unable to ship perfumes and aftershaves outside the EU. Due to transport legislation, we cannot ship more than 4 Fragrances per order. Our perfume orders work on a back-order system that might take up to 7 days; if you have an urgent request, please contact us prior to ordering.
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  • Green Tea

    Green Tea

    Green Tea by Elizabeth Arden is a refreshing and invigorating perfume with a fragrance that is clean, crisp and rejuvenating.

  • Blue Grass

    Blue Grass

    Blue Grass by Elizabeth Arden was originally launched in 1934. This feminine floral perfume balances notes of fresh grass and florals with soft, sensuous woods and subtle spices.

  • 5th Avenue

    5th Avenue

    Fifth Avenue by Elizabeth Arden is a sophisticated and luxurious floral perfume that captures the elegance and style of Fifth Avenue New York.

  • Red Door

    Red Door

    Red Door by Elizabeth Arden is an elegant and romantic perfume with notes of rose, orchid, jasmine, lily, orange flower, freesia, oak moss, honey and musk. Just the thing for those special occasions.

  • Sunflowers


    This joyous, fresh perfume is a sparkling blend of melon, peach, bergamot, rose and moss and will leave you feeling bright and radiant from head to toe.

  • Elizabeth Arden Always Red Femme

    Elizabeth Arden Always Red Femme

    A sweet floral fragrance, perfect for an evening out.