I borrowed [perfume] from my sisters. One was very into flirty and sexy scents like Opium, and my older sister was all about Roger & Gallet and Fracas. Thanks to both of them, I had quite a fragrant range to keep me amused and well dressed in the olfactory department when stepping out to dance at any of a million great dancing factories.
— Isabel Toledo talks about the fragrances she wore throughout her life in The Life and Fragrances of Isabel Toledo: What She Wore for Studio 54, Diana Vreeland, and More, at Vogue. Her perfumes for Lane Bryant launch this month.