Candies Cologne by Liz Claiborne, Candies is a men’s aromatic cologne with woody, ozonic, aquatic, aromatic, and warm spicy main accords. Launched in 1999, the scent is bottled in a flacon that has a yellow-green to bluish-purple ombre effect and a bluish purple cap.
The top notes start with watermelon, coriander, cardamom, and grapefruit. In the middle are notes of cedar and green leaves. Finishing this blend are base notes of musk, birch, sandalwood, and oak moss. With heavy sillage and long-lasting longevity, this fragrance works best on spring days.
Liz Claiborne is an American fashion company founded in 1976 by designer Liz Claiborne, her husband, and two other business partners. The company was successful through the 1980s, until Claiborne retired in 1989. In 2012, the brand was renamed Fifth & Pacific, Inc., ending the original brand name and shifting attention to its other three brands, Kate Spade New York, Lucky Brand Jeans, and Juicy Couture. In 2014, the company became Kate Spade & Company, with the other two brands being sold off. Fragrances under the brand were produced between 1986 and 2008.