Diana Ross, the legendary singer who won the Lifetime Achievement Award at the American Music Awards this month, has come out with a fragrance, Diamond Diana, which is available on HSN.com starting today.
Ross will make live guest appearances across all of HSN’s platforms — TV, online and mobile — throughout the day on Dec. 5. The fragrance sells for $95 on HSN.
“This personal fragrance is inspired by the powerful connection between music and sensual memories,” said Ross, who drew her inspiration from love and music.
“It is an absolute honor to welcome Diana Ross to the HSN family and provide her with a platform to share not only her new fragrance, but the stories that have laid the foundation for her brilliant career,” said Carmen Bauza, chief merchandising officer of HSN. “We look forward to having Ms. Ross share this incredible journey with our viewers.”
Inspired by Ross’ special crystal collection, the bottle was cut to a glass-diamond and was personally designed by the singer. It has a 100-ml. design with 60 facets forming a pointed cap with an internal Diamond Diana monogram. The precision lines of the bottle create a prism of light surrounding the design with the clear scent inside.
The fragrance comes in a black velvet jewelry box adorned with silk black and Bordeaux flippy ribbon. “Diamond Diana by Diana Ross” is embossed with a 24-karat glittery gold dust. A special message from Ross is included in each box.
Ross’s new album entitled, “Diamond Diana: The Legacy Collection,” is a 15-song collection and contains some of her biggest hits. Her wide-ranging career includes 18 number-one hits, a Golden Globe, a Tony, a dozen Grammy nominations, two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 (as part of the Supremes), Kennedy Center Honors, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, several American Music Awards and album sales that make her the most successful female artist in history, according to the Guinness Book of World Records in 1993.
Ross has had previously affiliations with the beauty business. In 2005, she was the second star in the MAC Beauty Icon series — following Liza Minnelli — collaborating on every aspect of the collection, which included lipsticks, lip pencils, eye shadows, blushes, foundations and brushes.