Hello lovelies, since Anna Karina just passed away on December, 14th 2019, I wanted to pay tribute to her by creating a video about her style and how she influenced many style icons of today like Alexa Chung and Zoe Deschanel.
Anna Karina was born on September 22, 1940, and passed away on December 14, 2019. She was a Danish- Fresh film actress, director, and writer. Anna Karina’s style has had a lasting impact on the fashion world for creating an iconic French girl style that still resonates with designers today. Her style is girlish, vibrant, and playful with bright colors and feminine prints. She was known for color blocking and wearing bright red, blue, yellow, and green. She loved to wear bright cardigans and paired them with white collared shirts.
Anna Karina wore a winged eyeliner with a rosy pink or peach lipstick. She loved to emphasize her lids with 1960s blue eyeshadow. Her makeup was fresh and minimal with a dewy finish.
Yardley English Lavender
A modern version of our original English Lavender fragrance, but still containing the calming lavender essential oil ingredient sourced from the fields of England since the 1930s. A contemporary, fresh, light, and elegant floral scent. Containing 90% naturally derived ingredients and vegetable-derived alcohol base.
A beautifully fresh, light, an elegant fragrance with top notes of bergamot and clary sage with a heart of calming English Lavender subtly combining notes of eucalyptus, geranium, jasmine, chamomile, and violet, enhanced with deeper, warm base notes of wood, vanilla, and patchouli.
Nina Ricci, “L’Air du Temps.”
In 1948, the war was over, and the world began to breathe, dream, and make plans. In this surge of joy and creativity, the legendary perfume L’ Air du Temps was born.
The first spicy floral fragrance in high perfumery, this spring accord, is a vibrant and sumptuous bunch of flowers offset by the peppery fragrance of pink carnation. Created to be the iconic symbol of love, peace, and freedom, it is the essence of absolute femininity that celebrates eternal youth—a lively, sunny fragrance in yellow and gold colors.
In 1951, Robert Ricci conceived the famous “two doves” bottle. Marc Lalique immortalized it in its magnificently chiseled and plaited form.
Carnation, Gardenia, Rose Centifolia, Jasmine from Grasse, Florentine Iris, Sandalwood from Mysore.