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Curve by Liz Claiborne 125 ml Eau De Cologne Spray for Men

$49.99
Curve, launched in 1996, is a fresh cologne with an unmistakably masculine scent motif. Tropical pineapple begins the fragrance with a fruity freshness, opening the heart and the mind. Its lightness is followed by spicy ginger, which provides an invigorating kick with a warm, peppery aroma. A woodsy mahogany timber finishes the profile with a woodsy green earthiness, evoking a deep virility and strength. Curve is a powerful fragrance best worn to inspire confidence and determination in the modern man. Liz Claiborne, born in Belgium in 1929, was an influential American fashion designer. She is credited with transforming the working woman’s wardrobe with fashionable, affordable clothing pieces tailored specifically to a woman’s figure and tastes.
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