Its silhouette has changed over the years, but the LBD remains supremely chic. Read the story of this iconic piece!
In the good old times, talc was a multipurpose product, used as a skin cooler, softener, mattifier and deodorizer, eyebrow shaper, perfume,... you name it!
Violetta di Parma, by Borsari - A classic in gandma's drawer since 1870; a tribute to Maria Luigia, Duchess of Parma, who loved violets.
Emilio Pucci and his sophisticated, colorful geometries. A designer which has recently been rediscovered.
Fiorucci was the must-have brand in the 70s. They made jeans a trendy and wear-anywhere piece of clothing. Where has it gone now?!?
Elsa Schiaparelli - One of the most versatile and eclectic fashion designers and intellectuals. Perhaps Coco Chanel's greatest competitors. Greta Garbo was one of her clients.
The ancestor of all mascaras: Maybelline "Lash-Brow-Ine". It was even available in 2 shades!
Audemars Piguet classic pocket watch
The history of Eau de Cologne N° 4711 goes even back to the XVIII century. History has it that even Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart used to wear it. A classic still going strong and a starting point for many master perfumers.
Hair rollers were a must-have for mum too in the 70s, when she gave up her time-consuming knot for a more practical short curly hairstyle. Did your mum used them too?!