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Art and Perfume: from fascination to co-creation.

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Art and Perfume: from fascination to co-creation

Frédéric Walter —

Andy Warhol started his career by designing window displays for big New York department stores. When he became a figure of the international art scene in the sixties, he never forgot his roots, and created a collection of serigraphs of Chanel’s N°5 perfume. This encounter between the world’s biggest-selling perfume and the pope of pop-art was as astonishing as it was inevitable and it marked a turning point in the history of art and perfume.

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