Forever Krystle & Carrington fragrances, based on Dynasty stars Linda Evans & John Forsythe (1980s)

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Smell like Dynasty! Forever Krystle & Carrington fragrances of the ’80s

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Forever Krystle & Carrington were his and hers fragrances created to capitalize on the popularity of the TV show Dynasty.

They were named for two of the main characters: Krystle Carrington (Linda Evans) and her oil tycoon husband Blake Carrington (John Forsythe).

The Dynasty TV collections (1984)

There’s plenty of gold and glitter in the Dynasty licensed goods. Charles of the Ritz, which earlier made a splash with Yves Saint Laurent’s Opium, is bringing out perfume and toilet water called Forever Krystle, after the Krystle Carrington character played by Linda Evans.

The perfume — in a faceted-crystal bottle, of course — can be yours for $150 an ounce. Soaps, powders, and other skin, hair, and bath products have also been licensed, and a men’s fragrance based on John Forsythe’s Blake Carrington is in the works. – New York Magazine, August 6, 1984


Forever Krystle & Carrington (1987)

The romance continues…

Both created to celebrate the love that lives forever

Dec 1987 - Forever Krystle and Carrington fragrances - Dynasty TV show merchandise

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Forever Krystle perfume (1986)

The love that lives forever

“My darling Krystle, I’ve had this fragrance created especially for you. I think it’s as beautiful and elegant and romantic and as warm as you are. Every time you wear it, I want you to remember that I’ll love you forever. – Blake”

Forever Krystle perfume vintage ad 1986

Forever Krystle perfume - 1986

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