Exquisite Advertising Fragrance

A scent, a musical fine sound, a metaphor… a secret. Advertising the most famous perfumes, passing from sweet to frightening, from almost angelic to savage and mischievous, from hope to poison. Defining a woman. In a weird, powerful, catchy manner.

Ad for the movie Perfume: The Story of a Murderer

Avertising for Flower Bomb – Viktor Rolf:

Perfume ad for Nina Ricci – the mischievous woman, playful but extremely sophisticated.

Harajuku Perfume from Gwen Stefani. Simply lovely.

Juicy Couture fragrance ads – always high-class.

Miss Dior Cherie. Where did I put my balloons? 🙁

Covet Perfume Advertising – Sarah Jessica Parker in jail? Pretty strange, but delightful… :))

And because vintage never gets old… I found some perfume ads from the past (1940-1960).

Irina Alexandra is a young entrepreneur and architect, with a passion for miracles and weirdness of life.

She has been writing articles on Weirdomatic for the last 7 years in a search for all the amazing things we tend to ignore.

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3 Responses to “Exquisite Advertising Fragrance”

  1. The one where S. J. Parker looks so happy to be in that crowded jail cell made me laugh, but for style, nothing compares to the old ads for Loto and La Muse.

  2. The first Photo isn’t a perfume ad. It is from the film Perfume the Story of a Murderer.

  3. True. I know, I forgot to write that. Thank you 🙂

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