Eternity reflects the return to family values that marked the eighties in the United States. It’s a perfume that symbolizes fidelity. Calvin Klein designed Eternity as a tribute to his marriage. It has been among the top ten on the international sales charts in the last ten years. The black and white color of the advertising suggests timelessness, a style that has since been reproduced by a number of brands.
It starts off on a fresh and slightly citrussy note, followed by a middle note of rosy violet and lily of the valley. The spicy carnation gives the perfume a peppery nuance. Smooth and gentle, it ends on a note of powdery heliotrope and rosy sandalwood with a lingering hint of musk.
The pure and minimalist bottle, a typical trend of the nineties, was also a forerunner of the new and less ostentatious style in perfumery.
Mandarin, Freesia, Sage
Lily (white), Lily of the Valley (Muguet), Marigold (Tagete), Narcissus
Patchouli, Sandalwood, Amber
recommended age:perfect for anyone
scent life:6-10 hours