But pretty soon, you'll be able to spritz on Kate Spade too.
The Liz Claiborne-owned fashion company announced today that Elizabeth Arden has signed a deal to manufacture, distribute and market their Fall fragrance debut. The scent joins Arden's flashy fragrance portfolio, which also includes the licensing rights to the Juicy Couture, Usher, Lucky Brand and Claiborne scents.
"Kate Spade New York has grown from a small handbag company to a total lifestyle brand. We are proud to contribute to bringing the Kate Spade New York lifestyle to the next level," said Art Spiro, Executive Vice President for Global Fragrance Marketing at Elizabeth Arden, in a press release.
While details on the fragrance launch are still mum, WWD reports that industry experts say the fragrance will most likely follow in the footsteps of sister brand Juicy Couture with distribution to about 1,800 specialty department stores throughout the US. The brand is also popular internationally, with Asia, South America and Central America named for planned future expansion.
Kate Spade did briefly launch a first fragrance with Estée Lauder in May 2002, though the license was dropped in 2004. Company execs hold higher hopes for the deal with Elizabeth Arden.
"Elizabeth Arden has a proven track record as a successful partner," said Craig Leavitt, Co-President and COO of Kate Spade New York.
If the proposed scent conjures the cheerful sophistication the American brand is known for, we're willing to bet the deal will hit a home run.