Provocative Perfume by Elizabeth Arden, Provocative perfume, created in 2004, is a sexy nighttime fragrance that was reportedly inspired by actress Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Noses Loc Dong and Jean-Marc Chaillan combined a mix of floral notes, including lotus, orchids and lilies. Other notes include white sand, Hinoki wood, quince, pink freesia and papaya blossom.
Elizabeth Arden was born Florence Nightingale Graham in 1878. During her training as a nurse in Canada, she learned about medicinal creams that treat burn victims. She was then inspired to create a similar product that everyone could use to maintain healthy skin. She moved to New York City after turning 30 and worked with a chemist to develop her pioneering beauty cream. She opened her first Red Door Salon in 1910, and before long her stores were all over the globe. Arden's company was also the first in the industry to send traveling saleswomen to customers, and the first to offer travel-size cosmetics.