We're pretty sure this ad won't be part of the lecture, but how much more one-track minded and explicit can it get? Answer: lots, especially if you look at the production by the likes of Tom Ford (1973).
L'Osmothèque are dedicating their annual cycle of conferences to a reflection on the theme of Images et Mots au Service du Parfum (Words and Images in the Service of Perfume). The first lecture will be given by Marie Grasse, the former Curator of the Musée International de la Parfumerie de Grasse for over 20 years, and now the newly appointed Curator of the Musée National du Sport in Paris...
Mon Parfum de Bourjois, 1926
She will offer a historical lecture on the evolution of feminine representation and sensuality from the birth of advertising posters until today as seen through the collection of advertisements of the MIP: "L'Evolution de la représentation féminine à travers la collection d'affiches du MIP".
When: Tuesday 20 March 2012 at 6:30 pm - 8 pm
Where: Galerie de Nicolaï 25, rue de Montpensier 75001 Paris Métro Louvre - Palais-Royal
Reservations are required:
sdauber at akeonet point com
Tel: 06 60 63 68 80