Estée Lauder x Andy Warhol collaboration: Limited-Edition Beautiful Absolu
Estée Lauder and Andy Warhol are reunited in this 35th Anniversary Collectors Edition of 'Beautiful' Absolu, amplified by the packaging that's a work of art
This was Andy Warhol’s reaction when Estée introduced the artist to the scent in 1985; he both loved and wore it: declaring it’s a ‘fragrance of a thousand flowers’.
Even though he was renowned for ‘Campbell's Soup Cans’ and his celebrity pop culture prints, he also loved to capture the beauty of flora and fauna too.
Now you can buy a mini piece of art with Estée Lauder’s new Beautiful Absolu, a limited-edition concentration celebrating the unprecedented floralcy.
The fragrance opens up with lily and rose enveloped by notes of sparkling orange and fresh marigold. A white floral bouquet with notes of orange flower, muguet, jasmine and ylang-ylang flood the senses and vibrant notes of vetiver and sandalwood elegantly blend into a sensual amber undertone, along with the heady scent of a tuberose flower captured at dawn.
To match its elegance, a colourful pattern of Andy’s signature flowers makes the package a work of art in itself.
For more of Warhol's works of art, check out the The Tate exhibition: a new look at the extraordinary life and work of the pop art superstar. Click here.