Perfume Flacon And Sculpture Of Lanvin Logo For Bal Masque Perfume, L’Ame Perdue (Lost Soul)
Although the flacon for the Bal Masque perfume was designed by Armand-Albert Rateau in 1923, the Lanvin logo was drawn in about 1929 by Paul Iribe after a 1907 photograph showing Jeanne Lanvin and her daughter Marguerite dressed for a masked costume ball, or Ball Masque, as the perfume’s name indicates. With the logo, Iribe created a striking sculptural form for a fashion house that, like most top names, also produced a famous perfume.
It is credited
Christie Mayer Lefkowith Collection.
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Its dimensions are
Sculpture: 28.5 cm (11.2 in)
This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s.