Judy Garland’s daughters are launching a fragrance to celebrate what would have been her 100th birthday

Judy Garland’s daughters Liza Minnelli, 76, and Lorna Luft, 69, are launching a fragrance to celebrate what would have been their mother’s 100th birthday

Judy Garland’s daughters have launched a fragrance in honor of her 100th birthday.

The children of legendary actress Liza Minnelli, 76, and Lorna Luft, 69, created a limited-edition fragrance to honor what would have been her centenary on June 10, 2022.

The performer, best remembered for her role as Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz as well as her iconic hit song Over the Rainbow, died of an accidental drug overdose aged 47 in 1969 .

Take the plunge: Judy Garland’s daughters launched a fragrance in honor of her 100th birthday; she is seen in 1950

Liza, 76, spoke to People and told the outlet that it was her 69-year-old sister who first thought of creating a perfume based on her mother’s taste.

She said: “Lorna had the idea to create a fragrance to honor my mother on what would have been her 100th birthday.”

The performer also noted that she was particularly impressed with her younger sister’s efforts.

“I entrusted Lorna with the many necessary details, but she kept me updated, and when it came time to smell the latest unisex fine fragrance, it definitely smelled like mom,” she said.

Adjusted: Liza, 76, spoke to People and told the outlet that it was her 69-year-old sister who first thought of creating a perfume based on her mother's taste

Adjusted: Liza, 76, spoke to People and told the outlet that it was her 69-year-old sister who first thought of creating a perfume based on her mother’s taste

The two sisters teamed up with famed cosmetics designer Vince Spinnato to create the fragrance and he went on to explain that he has always been a “big fan” of their mother and wants to “preserve [her] memory’ with the new fragrance.

He said: “I’ve always been a huge personal fan of Judy Garland, and developing a fragrance for her with her kids is beyond the rainbow!”

My goal was to respect the memory of Judy Garland, help preserve her legacy, and hopefully introduce her to a new generation of fans.

He concluded by stating, “This has been a wonderful and unique collaborative effort between Mrs. Garland’s family, the estate and myself. I am honored to be entrusted with this responsibility.

Work hard: The two sisters teamed up with famed cosmetics designer Vince Spinnato to create the fragrance and he went on to explain that he had always been a 'big fan' of their mother and wanted to 'preserve [her] memory' with the new perfume;  we see them in 2004

Work hard: The two sisters teamed up with famed cosmetics designer Vince Spinnato to create the fragrance and he went on to explain that he had always been a ‘big fan’ of their mother and wanted to ‘preserve [her] memory’ with the new perfume; we see them in 2004

Luft went on to note that perfumes were a big part of her late mother’s life.

‘At 5, I can remember what she smelled like! Her clothes and bedroom stand out the most to me,” she recalled.

The performer was keen to express how impressed she was with Spinnato’s final product.

Fond memories: Luft recalled that at the age of five,

Fond memories: Luft recalled that at the age of five, “I can really remember what she smelled like!” Her clothes and bedroom stand out the most to me’

“When it came time to smell the latest unisex fine fragrance, it definitely smelled like mom,” she said.

Presented in a ruby ​​red bottle, Judy – A Garland Fragrance launched with a glitzy event that was streamed live on Instagram on Thursday and is described as a “unisex fine fragrance” based on what she herself would have worn.

It contains notes of Judy Garland Rose with “the addition of black orchid, coriander and a blend of gourmand notes and sensual spices”.

Doing it right: Luft also said that

Doing it right: Luft also said that “when it came time to smell the latest unisex fine fragrance, it definitely smelled like Mama”; we see her with Minelli in 1991

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