An elegantly gloved hand of an unseen man hands a bottle of this eau de toilette to a woman flirtatiously attempting to cover herself. While she’s undoubtedly charming, it’s the floral print of the dressing room curtain that she’s chosen as a wrap (it echoes Colonia’s label) and the dramatic shadow that her figure casts… Learn more ›
The 1964/1965 New York World’s Fair was the third major world’s fair to be held in New York City. The ‘universal and international’ theme was symbolized by a 12-story high, stainless-steel model of the earth called the Unisphere.
The Halle-Saale-loop is a motor racing track in Halle (Saale). Starting in 1950 and going through 1967, this captivating poster advertises its second year.
10 Statues of Liberty was created by Warhol in 1986 for the exhibition at Gallery Lavignes in Paris. As Warhol died in 1987, it’s one of the last posters published during his lifetime.
Geisweiler is one of the oldest firms in Burgundy, founded in 1804 by Francois Geisweiler. A wine merchant through and through, Geisweiler rapidly succeeded in becoming the supplier to the most prominent European royal families. Today his memory lives on with the Geisweiler Monopole Blanc de Blanc Brut that will add a delightful effervescence to… Learn more ›
Both sensual and eye-catching, Andy Warhol’s Chanel no. 5 bottle captivates. When asked what she wore to bed at night, Marilyn Monroe replied, “Two drops of Chanel No. 5″
Van Cleef & Arpels has been creating beautiful jewelry on Place Vendôme since 1906. It was founded in 1896 by Alfred Van Cleef and his uncle Salomon Arpels in Paris. Their pieces often feature flowers, animals, and fairies, and have been worn by style icons such as Empress Farah, the Duchess of Windsor, Grace Kelly,… Learn more ›
Gévelot dates back to 1820, at a time when the company produced caps, hunting cartridges and war munitions. After the Second World War, this activity which established Gevelot’s reputation made way for diversification into the field of mechanics.