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Prodigious!
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Prodigious!

Nuxe’s Huile Prodigieuse. A legendary product. An evocative name. An avant-garde vision. An obsession: beautify women. A melting pot of softness, science, love, and oh how wonderful it is! A manifold product that pampers the body, transforming hair into a smooth and silky fabric. An ally in the beauty department without precedent! The stars can’t get...

J’adore by Dior
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J’adore by Dior

There are some perfumes that seem to have always existed; we feel like they’ve accompanied us since forever. Marlene Dietrich, Grace Kelly, Greta Garbo, and Marilyn Monroe never knew J’adore by Dior, and yet, their presence in Jean-Jacques Annaud’s commercial is natural, even rooted in a compelling necessity. J’adore is a fragrance for the quintessential...

The Red Carpet Mascara : Diorshow Iconic Overcurl
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The Red Carpet Mascara : Diorshow Iconic Overcurl

“Cinema, like painting, shows the invisible”, Godard once said. Cinema is a sacred place of creation and metamorphosis, born from imagination in the here-and-now. In the world of film, the costume envelops its character and extracts their purest essence, turning them into a captivating icon like Marlene Dietrich as Lola-Lola in “The Blue Angel”. This...

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Shalimar De Guerlain: A Perfume Legend

In 1828, Pierre-François-Pascal-Guerlain uttered the golden rule for the Guerlain designer brand: “Make good products, and never surrender quality. For the rest, have simple ideas and apply them scrupulously”, Shalimar is a worthy illustration of this. This perfume, created in 1925 by Jacques Guerlain, is the product of pure chance. Indeed, it is said that...

Rouge Allure by Chanel
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Rouge Allure by Chanel

In 1924, Coco Chanel created a lipstick dubbed Premier Rouge. It’s red was synonymous with strength. Chanel would go on to say “If you’re sad, if you have love pains, put on makeup, put on lipstick, and attack. Men hate criers”. You wear lipstick just like you wear a dress. It’s more than just a simple accessory;...

“A Woman Who Doesn’t Wear Perfume Has No Future.” Coco Chanel
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“A Woman Who Doesn’t Wear Perfume Has No Future.” Coco Chanel

1921: After launching the trend of boy’s haircuts for women and making jersey a go-to fabric, Miss Coco Chanel’s style had effectively become a cornerstone for Parisian fashion. Even so, she felt the need to complete her inventory by adding one touch of elegance: fragrance. At that time, Coco was enamored with Grand Duke Dimitri...

Miss Dior, The Scent Of Recklessness
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Miss Dior, The Scent Of Recklessness

In 1948, Christian Dior decided to pay tribute to her sister, Catherine, by dedicating a unique scented perfume. The delicate fragrance draws its inspiration from the “Jardin de Granville” where the designer has spent his entire childhood. “Make me a fragrance that smells like love” says Christian Dior to his longtime friend Serge Heftler-Louiche. Miss Dior was...