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    Published in 1941, this advertisement for Schiaparelli’s ‘Sleeping’ perfume was illustrated by Robert Falcucci. Best known as an eccentric couturier with a surrealist style, Elsa Schiaparelli also worked in perfumery, giving birth to some wondrous creations. True to its name, this perfume was intended to be spritzed at night just before the wearer went to bed, which makes the monochrome scheme of this work, with its image of a candle and a twinkling star glimpsed through the curtains, all the more apt.

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    Schiaparelli Sleeping

    $640,00

    Published in 1941, this advertisement for Schiaparelli’s ‘Sleeping’ perfume was illustrated by Robert Falcucci. Best known as an eccentric couturier with a surrealist style, Elsa Schiaparelli also worked in perfumery, giving birth to some wondrous creations. True to its name, this perfume was intended to be spritzed at night just before the wearer went to bed, which makes the monochrome scheme of this work, with its image of a candle and a twinkling star glimpsed through the curtains, all the more apt.

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    Schiaparelli Zut

    $790,00
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    This gorgeously surreal advertisement from 1953 was created by much loved artist Raymond Peynet to advertise Schiaparelli’s Succès Fou or ‘Smash Hit’ floral perfume. The figures in the picture are Peynet’s famous creation ‘the lovers’, or as they were known in France, ‘les amoureux de peynet’. He first drew the two in 1942 and the icon became a worldwide sensation in the decades that followed. They symbolised France’s fresh start after World War 2 and were ubiquitous in 1950s France.

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    Succès Fou Schiaparelli

    $640,00

    This gorgeously surreal advertisement from 1953 was created by much loved artist Raymond Peynet to advertise Schiaparelli’s Succès Fou or ‘Smash Hit’ floral perfume. The figures in the picture are Peynet’s famous creation ‘the lovers’, or as they were known in France, ‘les amoureux de peynet’. He first drew the two in 1942 and the icon became a worldwide sensation in the decades that followed. They symbolised France’s fresh start after World War 2 and were ubiquitous in 1950s France.

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