How is Estee Lauder’s Youth Dew of 1953 related to pop art and the rise of feminism?
Answers will be here in a few hours, so stay tuned!
In the meantime, check the previous chapters that relate perfumery advances and art throughout the 20th century, if you missed them:
Scent: L’Origan de Coty.
Art movement: Art Nouveau.
Artist: Alfons Mucha.
Scent: Chypre de Coty.
Art movement: Art Deco.
Artist: George Barbier, et al.
Scent: Chanel No.5.
Art movement: avant-garde movements of the 1920s, abstractionism.
Artist: Paul Klee.
Scent: Vent Vert by Balmain
Art movement: Post-war precursors to Abstract Expressionism
Artist: Hans Hartung
I’m rather partial to Estee Lauder’s Cinnabar.
Hi – it is the same Spicy woody oriental family as Youth Dew, except, perhaps, with a more tangerine and sandalwood flavour to it, but it was preceded by Opium (which can be, I suppose, considered its European counterpart). Opium will feature for the late 70s art )