Elizabeth Arden

Florence Nightingale Graham (December 31, 1884 – October 18, 1966), who went by the business name Elizabeth Arden, was a Canadian-American businesswoman who founded what is now Elizabeth Arden, Inc., and built a cosmetics empire in the United States. At the peak of her career, she was one of the wealthiest women in the world.

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Maine Chance Farm
... Kentucky owned by cosmetics tycoon, Elizabeth Arden ... Elizabeth Arden raced under the nom de course "Mr ... stable's many champions and stakes race winners who raced under Arden's cerise, blue and white colors were the colt Star Pilot and the filly, Beaugay ...
Fantasy (fragrance) - Flanker Fragrances - Circus Fantasy
... Fantasy Fragrance by Britney Spears Type Women's fragrance Released September 2009 Label Elizabeth Arden Tagline Do you make it hot? Predecessor Hidden Fantasy Successor Radiance Circus Fantasy is a ... This is the first fragrance that Elizabeth Arden created specifically for an artist's album ...
Herb Ritts - Commercial
... Häagen-Dazs "Shall We" with Tatjana Patitz 1995 Elizabeth Arden "Black Pearls" with Elizabeth Taylor 1995 CoverGirl "True Advance" with Helena. 1999 Maybelline "Mascara Love" with Sarah Michelle Gellar 2000 Elizabeth Arden "White Diamonds" with Elizabeth Taylor 2001 Estée Lauder "Advance Night Repair" with Carolyn Murphy 2001 Elizabeth Taylor "United for ...
Elizabeth Arden - Thoroughbred Horse Racing
... Arden used the name Maine Chance Farm for her Thoroughbred horse racing and breeding operation in Lexington, Kentucky ... In the nineteen forties and fifties Elizabeth Arden built her Maine Chance Farm stable into a major force in American Thoroughbred horse racing ... For her contribution to the racing industry, Elizabeth Arden Graham was posthumously inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame in 2003 ...

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