Zut by Elsa Schiaparelli
Zut by Elsa Schiaparelli Perfume
Perfume and fragrance advertisements for Zut by Elsa Schiaparelli.
Zut! by Elsa Schiaparelli - This fresh fruity oriental fragrance was first launched in 1949 by perfumer Nathalie Feishauer of Givaudan-Roure. Fragrance notes include bergamot, black currant, cyclamen, marigold, ylang-ylang, linden flower, jasmine, lily of the valley, rose, orris, tonka bean, incense, vanilla, cedar, sandalwood and musk. The Zut! perfume bottle depicts a woman's torso from the waist downwards with a star-studded skirt around her ankles, leaving her wearing only her underwear and a taffeta ribbon belt, and packaged in a be-ribboned box in an unusual shade, that became known as Vert Zut. Zut! (meaning "Damn" in French) was re-launched in 1997. Advertising illustration created by artist Marcel Vertes.
Marcel Vertes - Elsa Schiaparelli Zut! Perfume Ads
Perfume advertisements for Zut by Elsa Schiaparelli by fashion illustrator, Marcel Vertes. Vertes and Schiaparelli worked together on the 1952 movie Moulin Rouge.
Print - Elsa Schiaparelli Zut Perfume Ads
Perfume advertisements for Zut by Elsa Schiaparelli for the original fragrance (1949) and the re-launched 1998.
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