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Lord and Taylor Perfume Department in the 1950s

 

Perfumes by Lancôme, Christian Dior, Chanel, Lanvin, Givenchy, Rochas Perfumes, Estée Lauder, Max Factor, Coty, Yardley were popular. Fragrances were marketed in artistic and creative perfume bottles that were a work of art. Lancôme introduced Magie in a Baccarat bottle; Christian Dior launched Diorrisimo; Patou launched L'Heure Attendue; and Nina Ricci Coeur Joie.  Elsa Schiaparelli launched Le Roy Soleil in an amazing flask designed by artist Salvador Dali. Other designer fragrances were Chypre by Coty; L'Heure Bleue, Shalimar and Vol de Nuit by Guerlain; Tabac Blond by Caron, N°5 by Chanel, and Arpège by Lanvin. Also, Cabochard by Grès and Vétiver by Carven, Givenchy and Guerlain

 

Lord and Taylor Perfume Department

Perfume department in a Lord and Taylor store in 1959.

 

Shopping at Lord and Taylor Women's Department in the 1950s

Retro Furniture at Lord and Taylor

History of Lord and Taylor 

Lord and Taylor Holiday Windows Photo Gallery

Elite Elegance, Couture Fashion in the 1950s