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Calvin Klein Obsession Fragrance for Women or Men (Multiple Sizes Available)

Calvin Klein Obsession Fragrance

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Highlights

Long-running fragrances by Calvin Klein for men and women with award-winning blends of spicy, citrusy, and floral notes

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Calvin Klein Obsession Fragrance for Women or Men

Eau de Toilette for Men
  • Top notes of tangerine, grapefruit, lime, bergamot, lavender, nut, coriander, and cinnamon
  • Middle notes of carnation, jasmine, rose tree, pine, and red berries
  • Base notes of patchouli, sandalwood, vetiver, benzoin, vanilla, and amber
  • 1987 FiFi Award winner for Fragrance of the Year, Men’s Prestige
  • Introduced in 1986
  • Size: 2.5 or 4 fl. oz.
Eau de Parfum for Women
  • Top notes of green notes, mandarin orange, vanilla, peach, basil, bergamot, and lemon
  • Middle notes of spices, coriander, sandalwood, orange blossom, jasmine, oakmoss, cedar, and rose
  • Base notes of amber, musk, civet, vanilla, vetiver, and incense
  • 1986 FiFi Award winner for Fragrance of the Year, Women’s Prestige
  • Introduced in 1985
  • Size: 1.7 or 3.4 fl. oz.

About Calvin Klein

After Marty crash lands in the 1950s in the 1985 flick Back to the Future, girls call him “Calvin,” thanks to his purple Calvin Klein briefs with their signature, designer-stamped waistband. One adoring girl breathes, “I’ve never seen purple underwear before.” Just three years before the movie, Calvin Klein underwear had premiered to a great uproar. Devotees stole ads from bus stations and demanded that stars like Marky Mark “drop trou” onstage to show off their Calvins. The designer gained notoriety for hypersuggestive commercials for everything from blue jeans to perfume, launching the careers of models like Brooke Shields and Kate Moss in the process. But what has kept his brand relevant for over 40 years is its classic, impeccably tailored clothing. Vogue writes, “Klein always understood that the modern shopper wanted easy, versatile, and interchangeable separates to wear anywhere.” He made clothes for strong, confident American women—women who didn’t have time to put together elaborate outfits every morning. “I’m not doing costumes,” he said. “I believe in classic clothes—not the faddishness that looks right this season and is dead the next.”


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