ads for Séduction perfume by Gellé frères (part 2)

2nd part of ads for Séduction perfume by Gellé frères. I don’t see Cléo de Merode and Eve Lavallière, but I remember Eve promoted perfumes by Godet, and Cléo didn’t participate in advertizing campaigns.

Pictures found in “Les Modes”, 1910/1913. The photos were taken by Manuel. “Nos artistes chez elles” means that every stars was shown at her home.

Yrven Seduction 1911

Marcelle Yrven in an ad for Séduction perfume by Gellé frères.

Bonafe Seduction Les Modes1913

Pepa Bonafé in an ad for Séduction perfume by Gellé frères.

Carlier Seduction Les Modes1912

Madeleine Carlier in an ad for Séduction perfume by Gellé frères.

Destrelles Seduction 1911

Maroussia Destrelles in an ad for Séduction perfume by Gellé frères.

Grandjean Seduction Les Modes1912

Louise Grandjean in an ad for Séduction perfume by Gellé frères.

Meunier Seduction 1911

Antonine Meunier in an ad for Séduction perfume by Gellé frères.

Prince Seduction Les Modes1910

Marcelle Prince in an ad for Séduction perfume by Gellé frères.

Remy Seduction Les Modes1912

Jeanne Remy in an ad for Séduction perfume by Gellé frères.

Roggers Seduction Les Modes1913

Henriette Roggers in an ad for Séduction perfume by Gellé frères.

Swirsky Seduction Les Modes1913

Thamara de Swirsky in an ad for Séduction perfume by Gellé frères.

In 1913 Gellé frères start a new advertizing campaign promoting their perfume “Pour Etre Aimée”, but the design of an ad picture makes me think that the designer didn’t like his job very much 🙂

Pour etre aimee Les Modes1913

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Corinne S.
    Jul 09, 2014 @ 08:31:49

    C’est encore une belle série ! Et chaque artiste a l’air d’avoir vraiment mis sa touche personnelle en composant sa propre phrase et en invitant le public chez elle.
    Voilà une chose qui a bien changé depuis cette époque : il me semble que maintenant, un parfumeur choisit une seule comédienne pour être l’égérie de son parfum, avec un contrat signé pour plusieurs années.
    En tout cas, de nos jours, on n’aurait pas l’idée d’associer humour et parfum comme dans la dernière pub 😀 !

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