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    This ad from 1941 was created for prestigious French perfume house Lanvin. It shows an object that looks like an orrery in the starry expanse of space, the instrument scientists once used to show the movements of heavenly bodies. On its shining, metallic surfaces are written the names by then iconic Lanvin fragrances: Scandal, Mon Peche (also known as My Sin), Prétexte, Rumeur and Arpége. Originally and mainly a couturier, having founded her fashion house in 1889, Lanvin later made her mark with perfumes.

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    Lanvin Parfums

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    This ad from 1941 was created for prestigious French perfume house Lanvin. It shows an object that looks like an orrery in the starry expanse of space, the instrument scientists once used to show the movements of heavenly bodies. On its shining, metallic surfaces are written the names by then iconic Lanvin fragrances: Scandal, Mon Peche (also known as My Sin), Prétexte, Rumeur and Arpége. Originally and mainly a couturier, having founded her fashion house in 1889, Lanvin later made her mark with perfumes.

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    This ad from 1946 was illustrated by Denyse de Bravura for Lanvin perfumes. As well as a commercial artist, Bravura was a portrait painter, a ballet designer and a fashion designer. He came into contact with many of the big personalities of his time, including Coco Chanel, Jean Hugo and Marcel Khill. Much evidenced in this image is Bravura’s love of fantasy and his colourful imagination. The luscious flowers depicted here bear the tags of classic Lanvin fragrances: Scandal, My Sin, Prétexte, Rumeur and Arpege.

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    Lanvin Parfums

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    This ad from 1946 was illustrated by Denyse de Bravura for Lanvin perfumes. As well as a commercial artist, Bravura was a portrait painter, a ballet designer and a fashion designer. He came into contact with many of the big personalities of his time, including Coco Chanel, Jean Hugo and Marcel Khill. Much evidenced in this image is Bravura’s love of fantasy and his colourful imagination. The luscious flowers depicted here bear the tags of classic Lanvin fragrances: Scandal, My Sin, Prétexte, Rumeur and Arpege.

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    This 1949 advertisement for Lanvin perfumes was illustrated by Guillaume Gillet. In it posters are depicted with the names of several of the house’s well-known fragrances written on them: Scandal, Arpege, Rumeur, My Sin, Prétexte. The seductive-sounding names hint at an illicit affair, whilst the lush use of colour throughout this poster indicate the vibrancy of the perfumes it advertises. Gillet created a series of similar advertising images for Lanvin all around the same time, often with a flower seller included—shown here at the bottom left.

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    Lanvin Parfums

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    This 1949 advertisement for Lanvin perfumes was illustrated by Guillaume Gillet. In it posters are depicted with the names of several of the house’s well-known fragrances written on them: Scandal, Arpege, Rumeur, My Sin, Prétexte. The seductive-sounding names hint at an illicit affair, whilst the lush use of colour throughout this poster indicate the vibrancy of the perfumes it advertises. Gillet created a series of similar advertising images for Lanvin all around the same time, often with a flower seller included—shown here at the bottom left.

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    This advertisement from 1948, illustrated by Guillaume Gillet, shows a flower-seller seated next to her wares, the protective parasol daubed with the names of several of Lanvin’s iconic fragrances: Scandale, Arpege, Rumeur, Prétexte and My Sin. Their titles hint at an illicit seduction, whilst the liberal use of colour in the ad highlights the lively and vivacious character of these fragrances. A couturier, Lanvin founded her fashion house in 1889. The perfumes named here would have been well known by the time this ad was published.

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    Lanvin Parfums

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    This advertisement from 1948, illustrated by Guillaume Gillet, shows a flower-seller seated next to her wares, the protective parasol daubed with the names of several of Lanvin’s iconic fragrances: Scandale, Arpege, Rumeur, Prétexte and My Sin. Their titles hint at an illicit seduction, whilst the liberal use of colour in the ad highlights the lively and vivacious character of these fragrances. A couturier, Lanvin founded her fashion house in 1889. The perfumes named here would have been well known by the time this ad was published.

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    Plucked from the pages of a French magazine comes this 1954 ad for Lanvin perfumes. A man surreptitiously browses a collection of poster ads for the various Lanvin fragrances. Many have names redolent of an illicit, nocturnal affair: Rumeur, Scandal, Pretexte, Arpege, My Sin. By the 1950s advertisers were tapping into the subconscious sexual instincts of their customers, inspired by the work of Viennese psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. Drift into this lascivious time with this wondrous heritage illustration by Guillaume Gillet.

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    Lanvin Parfums

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    Plucked from the pages of a French magazine comes this 1954 ad for Lanvin perfumes. A man surreptitiously browses a collection of poster ads for the various Lanvin fragrances. Many have names redolent of an illicit, nocturnal affair: Rumeur, Scandal, Pretexte, Arpege, My Sin. By the 1950s advertisers were tapping into the subconscious sexual instincts of their customers, inspired by the work of Viennese psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. Drift into this lascivious time with this wondrous heritage illustration by Guillaume Gillet.

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    This picture from 1952 is a snowy treat, perfect for this time of year. Footprints trace the path of people holding cards in the air, each one stamped with the name of a Lanvin fragrance. They have racy titles; ‘Scandal’, ‘Rumeur’ and ‘My Sin’ recall a time when the advertising industry dipped into Freudian psychoanalysis for ideas. Text in a Romanesque typeface announces the name of this neoclassical perfume house, daring to be ornate in the era of Art Deco.

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    Lanvin Parfums

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    This picture from 1952 is a snowy treat, perfect for this time of year. Footprints trace the path of people holding cards in the air, each one stamped with the name of a Lanvin fragrance. They have racy titles; ‘Scandal’, ‘Rumeur’ and ‘My Sin’ recall a time when the advertising industry dipped into Freudian psychoanalysis for ideas. Text in a Romanesque typeface announces the name of this neoclassical perfume house, daring to be ornate in the era of Art Deco.

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    This illustration by Guillaume Gillet from 1951 depicts a whimsical character painting the names of different fragrances from Lanvin on the wall in different colours. The names of the different fragrances are racy- ‘Scandal’, ‘Rumeur’, ‘My Sin’, ‘Prétexte’- the advertising industry had been tapping into the Freudian unconscious for tips when these perfumes were first unveiled. Jeanne Lanvin is still known for her perfumes today, which at the height of their fame were equal to Chanel or Dior in renown.

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    Lanvin Parfums

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    This illustration by Guillaume Gillet from 1951 depicts a whimsical character painting the names of different fragrances from Lanvin on the wall in different colours. The names of the different fragrances are racy- ‘Scandal’, ‘Rumeur’, ‘My Sin’, ‘Prétexte’- the advertising industry had been tapping into the Freudian unconscious for tips when these perfumes were first unveiled. Jeanne Lanvin is still known for her perfumes today, which at the height of their fame were equal to Chanel or Dior in renown.

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    In this curious ad for Lanvin from 1955, a Parisian street performer balances boxes in the air each with the name of a legendary Lanvin fragrance. Their racy titles- Scandal, Rumeur, My Sin– reflect the seductiveness of the perfumes and the psychoanalytic intrigues pursued by the tricky ad men of the time. The Romanesque typeface at the bottom announces the name of this most baroque of perfume houses, which dared to be ornate in an era known for its minimalism.

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    Lanvin Parfums

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    In this curious ad for Lanvin from 1955, a Parisian street performer balances boxes in the air each with the name of a legendary Lanvin fragrance. Their racy titles- Scandal, Rumeur, My Sin– reflect the seductiveness of the perfumes and the psychoanalytic intrigues pursued by the tricky ad men of the time. The Romanesque typeface at the bottom announces the name of this most baroque of perfume houses, which dared to be ornate in an era known for its minimalism.

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