Posts Tagged: Vintage ad

Jennifer O’Neill for Lanvin My Sin Perfume, 1972

Lanvin’s My Sin perfume was created in 1924 by “Madame Zed”, who worked on many more Lanvin fragrances. It remains a classic today, as it did in 1972 when this ad was published. My Sin was discontinued in 1988, but you can score vintage bottles online. Jennifer O’Neill was the “It” girl in 1972, having… Read more »

Vintage 70s Vanity Fair Leopard Print Collectible Lingerie!

Vanity Fair had some exquisite products, including its line of silky nylon leopard print lovelies from their famed lingerie collection. This elegantly styled ad, from the September 1976 issue of Cosmopolitan magazine, showcases one of their “New Breed of Pajama”. Perfectly matched make-believe leopard skins leashed with satiny cords at the back. Here, in its… Read more »

Margaux Hemingway and Babe Perfume, 1976

I loved coming across this fabulous ad in the September 1976 issue of Cosmopolitan magazine. It features the divine model Margaux Hemingway for Babe fragrance. Margaux, who was the granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway, signed a million-dollar contract for Faberge as the spokesmodel for Babe perfume in the 1970s. This was the first million-dollar contract ever… Read more »

WWII Beauty: All it Takes is a Bar of Soap

Beauty routines were so much simpler in the 1940s. According to this Camay soap ad from the February 1945 issue of Ladies’ Home Journal magazine, you could have lovable, softer, smoother skin with just one cake of Camay! The glowing wartime bride, Mrs. William H. Geyer of Nutley, N.J., showed off her apparent skin care… Read more »