English Perfumes & Toiletries Collection

Victoria's Secret English Perfumes & Toiletries is a traditional collection of fragrances reminiscent of English gardens and countrysides that debuted in 1989. The packaging is very similar to those produced by Penhaligon's and Floris. It was this similar design that forced Laura Ashley, who owned Penhaligon's at the time, to sue Victoria's Secret/The Limited over the designs.



Two men's scents were produced: Pemberton and Windsor Fern. the ladies fragrances were rose, gardenia, lily of the valley and forget me not, each perfume retailed for $50.







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