Le Parfum (Detail)

by gazette du bon ton

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  • Print Description
      The exclusive French magazine Gazette du Bon Ton was created in 1912 to showcase everything desired in the world of fashion, beauty and lifestyle. This stunning Le Parfum art print from Gazette du Bon Ton showcases an elegant french model wearing 1920's couture, smelling a red rose in central composition. The balanced yellow, red and green hues combine with the delicate yet striking imagery and creates a reproduction which exudes turn of the century French style and elegance and is worthy of a special place in a contemporary or vintage inspired interior decor. 
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The Artist


La Gazette du Bon Ton was created in 1912 by Lucien Vogel and was the source of exclusive French couture fashion, lifestyle and beauty.

An influential magazine for its time, which was unbound and printed on the finest paper that contained elaborate hand-painted fashion plates showcasing the latest designs from the leading couture houses in Paris.

The elegant works of Paquin, Lanvin, Worth and more graced the pages of La Gazette du Bon Ton with many designers featuring their work exclusively in the magazine.  La Gazette du Bon Ton was designed to blur the lines between art, fashion and lifestyle, each exquisite piece featuring models wearing elegant fashion of the 1920's in idealistic narrative settings.

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