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    The use of white space in this ad creates a calming ambience which surrounds the scene of feminine opulence. It was illustrated by Pierre Pagès, known for his depictions of sophisticated women. A high-class lady examines a bottle of Roger & Gallet Eau de Cologne in the mirror. Such a scene, from 1953, is emblematic of the turn towards extravagant femininity after the war exemplified by Christian Dior’s ‘New Look’ fashion range which exhibited large, flowing skirts and slim waists.

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    Eau de Cologne Roger & Gallet

    $890,00

    The use of white space in this ad creates a calming ambience which surrounds the scene of feminine opulence. It was illustrated by Pierre Pagès, known for his depictions of sophisticated women. A high-class lady examines a bottle of Roger & Gallet Eau de Cologne in the mirror. Such a scene, from 1953, is emblematic of the turn towards extravagant femininity after the war exemplified by Christian Dior’s ‘New Look’ fashion range which exhibited large, flowing skirts and slim waists.

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    Eau de Cologne Roget & Gallet

    $1160,00
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    This 1953 ad promotes the unisex fragrance Jean Marie Farina from Roger & Gallet. This bravely simple ad focuses solely on typography, without any images, relying on words to tell the whole story. It’s a surprisingly understated choice for a fragrance which was packed with citrus and redolent of lemon and orange trees in the Mediterranean sun. But its subtlety only emphasises the sophistication. For an office or leisurely lounge, this piece adds a powerful touch of history and refinement.

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    Roger & Gallet Eau de Cologne

    $1030,00

    This 1953 ad promotes the unisex fragrance Jean Marie Farina from Roger & Gallet. This bravely simple ad focuses solely on typography, without any images, relying on words to tell the whole story. It’s a surprisingly understated choice for a fragrance which was packed with citrus and redolent of lemon and orange trees in the Mediterranean sun. But its subtlety only emphasises the sophistication. For an office or leisurely lounge, this piece adds a powerful touch of history and refinement.

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