Oscar de La Renta has become a household name over its time in the world of luxe design, dressing famous celebrities and notable politicians alike for moments of grandeur, success, and reward. Its existence in the fragrance world has been a fruitful one, and it has always maintained a top spot on the shelves of the finest boutiques and department stores the world over. "Oscar" by Oscar de La Renta made its debut in 1977 as an Amber Floral fragrance for women. Like Cheerios cereal or Ford cars, it has continued its run of success since it initially burst out of the gates. With a complex, feminine, and luxuriously-appointed note pyramid, it promises a future just as bright as the last nearly half-century in which it has managed to survive and thrive. Cloves, Gardenia, Coriander, Orange Blossom, Basil, Peach and Bergamot sit proudly atop the complex note pyramid. About the middle, Tuberose, Ylang-Ylang, Lavender, iris, Jasmine, Rosemary, Rose and Orchid provide the beating and pulsating heart notes. Base notes of Cloves, Myrrh, Sandalwood, Lavender, Amber, Opoponax, Vetiver, Musk, Patchouli and Coconut are unmistakable and trustworthy anchor notes that ultimately allow this perfume for women the versatility and freedom to move effortlessly from decade to decade, unshaken, unmoved, and unfazed by increasingly fierce competition and rampant change.