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    This 1951 ad was created by S.N Lesage for lingerie company Scandale. It depicts the Biblical Eve standing almost nude before an apple tree, from which an apple has fallen with a bite taken out. The symbolism points to the erotic. The suggestion of temptation and sin points to the lascivious tone they were going for in advertising their lingerie. While the war years had been dour and restrictive, sexuality and femininity returned to the fore in the post-war era.

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    Eve et la Gaine Scandale

    549.00

    This 1951 ad was created by S.N Lesage for lingerie company Scandale. It depicts the Biblical Eve standing almost nude before an apple tree, from which an apple has fallen with a bite taken out. The symbolism points to the erotic. The suggestion of temptation and sin points to the lascivious tone they were going for in advertising their lingerie. While the war years had been dour and restrictive, sexuality and femininity returned to the fore in the post-war era.

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    This advertisement was created for lingerie company Scandale. It depicts a beautiful yet approachable woman modelling the clothing whilst sporting a cheeky smile. This style of advertising is reminiscent of the Hollywood-inspired commercial art which was prominent in the United States in the 1950s. This earlier French variant is stylish and understated in black-and-white and embodies an illicit sex appeal—indicated by the company name ‘Scandale’—as well as a sense of luxuriousness. Perfect for a bedroom or bathroom, this ad will create a carefree ambience wherever it is displayed.

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    Scandale

    639.00

    This advertisement was created for lingerie company Scandale. It depicts a beautiful yet approachable woman modelling the clothing whilst sporting a cheeky smile. This style of advertising is reminiscent of the Hollywood-inspired commercial art which was prominent in the United States in the 1950s. This earlier French variant is stylish and understated in black-and-white and embodies an illicit sex appeal—indicated by the company name ‘Scandale’—as well as a sense of luxuriousness. Perfect for a bedroom or bathroom, this ad will create a carefree ambience wherever it is displayed.

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    This stunning ad was created for lingerie company Scandale. Its use of deep black points to an experience sensuous and illicit, whilst the bright colours of blue, green, pink and yellow are dazzling in contrast. The ad depicts a lithe young woman changing into a dress, wearing her lingerie from Scandale underneath. Plucked from the pages of a genuine French periodical of the 1940s and 1950s, this luxury advertisement epitomises the style of the period and is perfect for display on a bedroom wall.

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    Scandale

    576.00

    This stunning ad was created for lingerie company Scandale. Its use of deep black points to an experience sensuous and illicit, whilst the bright colours of blue, green, pink and yellow are dazzling in contrast. The ad depicts a lithe young woman changing into a dress, wearing her lingerie from Scandale underneath. Plucked from the pages of a genuine French periodical of the 1940s and 1950s, this luxury advertisement epitomises the style of the period and is perfect for display on a bedroom wall.

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    This brightly coloured ad for lingerie company Scandale was published in 1947. It was illustrated by Louis Delmotte, a prolific commercial artist whose swiftness and elegance of line lent well to the luxury products he frequently helped promote. Both the name ‘Scandale’ and the way the S loops around the pictured woman’s attractive legs evinces a seduction and eroticism that was key to Scandale’s marketing. The profusion of colours in the abstract background point to a joie de vivre that a renewed post-War France was happily embracing.

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    Scandale

    639.00

    This brightly coloured ad for lingerie company Scandale was published in 1947. It was illustrated by Louis Delmotte, a prolific commercial artist whose swiftness and elegance of line lent well to the luxury products he frequently helped promote. Both the name ‘Scandale’ and the way the S loops around the pictured woman’s attractive legs evinces a seduction and eroticism that was key to Scandale’s marketing. The profusion of colours in the abstract background point to a joie de vivre that a renewed post-War France was happily embracing.

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    Photography would take over advertising art in the 1960s, though in 1949 it was still only a minor form within the industry. Pictured is a woman modelling Scandale’s lingerie in moody lighting. This black and white ad selling Scandale’s bra and girdle is stylishly noir. In the late 1940s a picture as revealing as this one would have been a scandal in the USA- not so for lascivious France. Add some seductive beauty to your wall with this stunning piece.

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    Scandale

    396.00

    Photography would take over advertising art in the 1960s, though in 1949 it was still only a minor form within the industry. Pictured is a woman modelling Scandale’s lingerie in moody lighting. This black and white ad selling Scandale’s bra and girdle is stylishly noir. In the late 1940s a picture as revealing as this one would have been a scandal in the USA- not so for lascivious France. Add some seductive beauty to your wall with this stunning piece.

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    This poster ad from 1948 was created for lingerie company Scandale. Its simple block colours and the slender woman’s figure recall the best of René Gruau’s Dior fashion illustrations. This pastel-like drawing of a glamorous woman in a bright pink dress is the very picture of feminine elegance, a sigil of a France recapturing its glamour after post-war austerity. Scandale remain a world-famous brand to this day. This image will sprinkle a little of that illustrious history on any wall.

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    Scandale Elegance

    414.00

    This poster ad from 1948 was created for lingerie company Scandale. Its simple block colours and the slender woman’s figure recall the best of René Gruau’s Dior fashion illustrations. This pastel-like drawing of a glamorous woman in a bright pink dress is the very picture of feminine elegance, a sigil of a France recapturing its glamour after post-war austerity. Scandale remain a world-famous brand to this day. This image will sprinkle a little of that illustrious history on any wall.

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    This ad by Jean Jaquelin from 1953 recalls the work of post-war advertising art legend Raymond Savignac. Its simple shapes, block colours and fun colour combination- green, purple, white, blue, black and orange-have a similarly whimsical attitude. The exaggerated image of the lingerie-clad woman is an example of the ideal of the feminine body in the post-war years: the hourglass figure and the slender limbs. Her exotic form models the lingerie from company Scandale whose name itself indicates taboo sensuality.

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    Scandale Gaine

    441.00

    This ad by Jean Jaquelin from 1953 recalls the work of post-war advertising art legend Raymond Savignac. Its simple shapes, block colours and fun colour combination- green, purple, white, blue, black and orange-have a similarly whimsical attitude. The exaggerated image of the lingerie-clad woman is an example of the ideal of the feminine body in the post-war years: the hourglass figure and the slender limbs. Her exotic form models the lingerie from company Scandale whose name itself indicates taboo sensuality.

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    Post-war, the girdle returned. This magnificent ad from 1955 exhibits the lingerie which gained a new lease of life as French women reclaimed the feminine styles briefly abandoned during wartime employment. Birds in blooming Technicolor flutter about the glamorous lady as if dressing her. This lascivious image might have been a ‘Scandal’ elsewhere in the world, but was in perfect harmony with the seductive mood of liberated ’50s France. With this poster, add a dash of cosmopolitanism to any interior.

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    Scandale Girdle

    396.00

    Post-war, the girdle returned. This magnificent ad from 1955 exhibits the lingerie which gained a new lease of life as French women reclaimed the feminine styles briefly abandoned during wartime employment. Birds in blooming Technicolor flutter about the glamorous lady as if dressing her. This lascivious image might have been a ‘Scandal’ elsewhere in the world, but was in perfect harmony with the seductive mood of liberated ’50s France. With this poster, add a dash of cosmopolitanism to any interior.

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    In this stunning piece from 1951, a tall, slender woman announces “I have a girdle!” against a background seductively daubed in block red. In this nonetheless alluring minimalist work, the colour scheme of red, black and white and the swift ink outlines of the woman’s frame recall the legendary fashion illustrations of René Gruau. Illustrious artist Jean Facon-Marrec is the creator of this startling work for Scandale, however- one which will make a fabulous addition to the lounge or office.

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    Scandale J’ai une Gaine Moi

    441.00

    In this stunning piece from 1951, a tall, slender woman announces “I have a girdle!” against a background seductively daubed in block red. In this nonetheless alluring minimalist work, the colour scheme of red, black and white and the swift ink outlines of the woman’s frame recall the legendary fashion illustrations of René Gruau. Illustrious artist Jean Facon-Marrec is the creator of this startling work for Scandale, however- one which will make a fabulous addition to the lounge or office.

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    Scandale L’Essai du Corset

    576.00
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    This poster from 1954 for French stocking company Le Bas Scandale features an alluring woman and her male chaperone. Their minimal, sketched outlines ascend the stairs behind a member of the Republican Guard. Their backs are turned to us and their faces out of view, adding mystery to the scene. The inclusion of the Republican Guard expresses a patriotism in addition to the elegance of the image. This gorgeous piece will add a touch of French sophistication to any interior.

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    Scandale Le Bas

    450.00

    This poster from 1954 for French stocking company Le Bas Scandale features an alluring woman and her male chaperone. Their minimal, sketched outlines ascend the stairs behind a member of the Republican Guard. Their backs are turned to us and their faces out of view, adding mystery to the scene. The inclusion of the Republican Guard expresses a patriotism in addition to the elegance of the image. This gorgeous piece will add a touch of French sophistication to any interior.

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    This 1948 ad was illustrated by Jean Facon-Marrec for lingerie label Scandale. In it is depicted Mary Stuart, who was for a time in the mid-sixteenth century the queen consort of France, before becoming queen of Scotland. Text in a Roman-style typeface behind her tells the viewer ‘my fabulous jewels and finery are the world’s richest’. The modern woman, depicted in simple black outlines in the bottom right, responds with ‘but I have a Scandale gaine’. Thus the contemporary woman’s style is shown to rival the great opulence of Marie Stuart.

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    Scandale Marie Stuart

    576.00

    This 1948 ad was illustrated by Jean Facon-Marrec for lingerie label Scandale. In it is depicted Mary Stuart, who was for a time in the mid-sixteenth century the queen consort of France, before becoming queen of Scotland. Text in a Roman-style typeface behind her tells the viewer ‘my fabulous jewels and finery are the world’s richest’. The modern woman, depicted in simple black outlines in the bottom right, responds with ‘but I have a Scandale gaine’. Thus the contemporary woman’s style is shown to rival the great opulence of Marie Stuart.

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    This advertisement for lingerie company Scandale was published in 1941. The illustrator M.S. de Saint Marc has created a bold image depicting the lingerie in black contrasted with the striking red of ‘Restrictions’. Behind this title in pencil line is depicted a carriage full of people drawn by a horse. The minimal colour scheme is reminiscent of the common visual style found in newspaper illustrations of the time which used red, white and black. A seductive image, this vintage ad is perfect for a bathroom or bedroom.

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    Scandale Restrictions

    639.00

    This advertisement for lingerie company Scandale was published in 1941. The illustrator M.S. de Saint Marc has created a bold image depicting the lingerie in black contrasted with the striking red of ‘Restrictions’. Behind this title in pencil line is depicted a carriage full of people drawn by a horse. The minimal colour scheme is reminiscent of the common visual style found in newspaper illustrations of the time which used red, white and black. A seductive image, this vintage ad is perfect for a bathroom or bedroom.

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    A woman readies herself to throw a volleyball in this 1947 ad for beachwear illustrated by Fernando Bosc. Bold black ink outlines her body and emphasises the swift and graceful character of her movements. For its time her scantily clad form might have been a ‘Scandal’ in a more puritanical context, like the US. For lascivious France, it resonated with the popular mood. As traditional forms of femininity came into vogue again after the war, imagery like this was commonplace.

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    Scandale Souplesse

    441.00

    A woman readies herself to throw a volleyball in this 1947 ad for beachwear illustrated by Fernando Bosc. Bold black ink outlines her body and emphasises the swift and graceful character of her movements. For its time her scantily clad form might have been a ‘Scandal’ in a more puritanical context, like the US. For lascivious France, it resonated with the popular mood. As traditional forms of femininity came into vogue again after the war, imagery like this was commonplace.

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