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Rated 1 out of 5 by dreaming2304 Iconic fragrance no more
Many women around the world now need to find a new signature fragrance, as the New Red Door no longer fills that role. If keeping your customers happy is at all important , i encourage you to rebirth the original unforgettable scent that endured time and adorned women all over the world.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Shell130 Oh no it's not!
Just today I found a Facebook page titled Elizabeth Arden so I sent them a message asking when the original Red Door will be back as the new one in the red bottle is horrid and harsh. The reply was that Red Door Classic hasn't changed at all. Well; all I can say is that the person replying doesn't know their Red Door from their Green Tea. This new stuff is cheap smelling and nasty.
Rated 1 out of 5 by mimi18 So sad
What a sad fragrance. It smells cheap and does not stay long. I'd used my mother's red door sometimes and it was lovely on me as well as on her. The men went crazy over the smell. The new bottle I got is absolute rubbish and my boyfriend said my new perfume gave him a headache. It just is not the same as he always praised the scent when I used it before.
Rated 1 out of 5 by 4chakras Bring back the old Red Door
Please bring back the original old Red Door and rename the one you are selling now with the fancy new red bottle. After 25 years of wearing the original perfume I am now very dissapointed . Why change the fragrance?