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Top notes open with spicy pink pepper and Sicilian bergamot followed by exquisite creamy gardenia, rose and jasmine rounded with a touch of ylang ylang in the middle notes, the base is made with amber, coconut and musk.

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Ann-Margret’s support of American troops is legendary. She toured three times with the USO to Southeast Asia performing for American service members, and those who saw her performance in Vietnam still say how much it meant to them.

Years before she became a world famous award winning actress, Ann-Margret Olsson, a freshman at Northwestern University, embarked on her first USO tour with a few college classmates to entertain U.S troops in Europe over Christmas break in 1960, Shortly afterr her career took off. Discovered by George Burns in 1960, she moved to Los Angeles and made her television debut on The Jack Benny show. She worked with legends Frank Capra and Bette Davis in a performance at the 1962 Academy Awards, which propelled her to stardom and introduced her to a long professional relationship with Bob Hope. Overnight Ann-Margret was signed for roles in films with the biggest studios in Hollywood which have endured decades of box office hits.

"My experience with the men and women in Vietnam was one of the most important things in my life and always will be”.

In 1966 she signed on for a role that proved to be the most dangerous and perhaps the most rewarding of her career. A petition signed by more than 3,000 troops stationed in Vietnam asking the star to perform for them. She immediately agreed. With three bandmates – Johnny Rivers, Mickey Jones and Chuck Day – she teamed up with the USO and traveled to Vietnam for a 15 day excursion that would take them to the front lines of war and into enemy fire. She said that politics played no part in her decision to go. The tour started at USO Saigon, where 400 spectators jammed into a space reserved for 200 to watch them perform. They then went on to the USS Yorktown operating off the coast of Vietnam where a surprise was waiting. Sailors welcomed Ann-Margret by standing in formation spelling out “ Hi Annie “. A 3 foot wide photo of the aerial photo of the event still hangs in Ann-Margret’s home today.

The tour then traveled further into the Vietnam countryside known as The Iron Triangle. As they traveled to Phu Bai, about 50 miles north of Da Nang, the group’s helicopter was attacked by ground fire. Ann-Margret remembers troops bunching up to shield her from enemy bullets. She said, “I was never scared in 1966 or 1968 as ”my guys” were there”. Two years later she returned to the war zone to perform for the troops in Bob Hope’s Christmas USO show.

Ann-Margret performed for tens of thousands troops and more than 20,000 showed up in Saigon alone. Bob Hope hosting the colossal Broadway sized production was the catalyst behind getting Ann-Margret back to Vietnam. While she didn’tt encounter any live fire on the 1968 tour, she witnessed the damage and pain inflicted on the American troops. She visited combat hospitals, thanking the wounded warrriors and their caretakers for their sacrifices and tireless work on behalf of the American people.

While the Vietnam war ended nearly 40 years ago, Ann-Margret’s support and admiration for our men and women in uniform continues to this day.. She says, “They are the ones making all the sacrifices and are incredible patriots”. In 2003 the USO honored her with its Spirit of Hope award which is named in honor of her friend and USO legend Bob Hope. In 2005 she reunited with Force Base, Nevada, to welcome troops home from Iraq and Afghanistan, and Vietnam.


Ann-Margret Perfume

The official scent created specifically for stage and screen icon, Ann-Margret. If heaven had a scent, this would be it.

Size: 3.4 oz




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Vietnam Veterans


This project is dedicated to all of the men and women who fought for our country and our freedom. All profits from this limited edition fragrance will go to The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund.

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