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15 Vintage Perfumes worn by Old Hollywood Oscar Winners (that you can still buy!)

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Greta Garbo 

1955 Winner

Honorary Award

1940 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Ninotchka (1939) 

1938 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Camille (1936) 

1930 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Anna Christie (1930) 

Best Actress in a Leading Role

Romance (1930) 

Greta Garbo favoured Balmain’s Vent Vert (1947)

Bette Davis

1963 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) 

1953 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The Star (1952) 

1951 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

All About Eve (1950) 

1945 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Mr. Skeffington (1944) 

1943 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Now, Voyager (1942) 

1942 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The Little Foxes (1941) 

1941 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The Letter (1940) 

1940 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Dark Victory (1939) 

1939 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Jezebel (1938) 

1936 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Dangerous (1935) 

1935 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Of Human Bondage (1934) 

This was a write-in nomination.

Bette Davis wore the perfume Givenchy Le De launched in 1957

Katharine Hepburn 

1982 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

On Golden Pond (1981) 

1969 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The Lion in Winter (1968) 

1968 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (1967) 

1963 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Long Day’s Journey Into Night (1962) 

1960 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Suddenly, Last Summer (1959) 

1957 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The Rainmaker (1956) 

1956 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Summertime (1955) 

1952 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The African Queen (1951) 

1943 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Woman of the Year (1942) 

1941 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The Philadelphia Story (1940) 

1936 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Alice Adams (1935) 

1934 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Morning Glory (1933) 

Katharine Hepburn used the perfume Guerlain Vol de Nuit launched in 1933.

Barbara Stanwyck

1982 Winner

Honorary Award

1949 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Sorry, Wrong Number (1948) 

1945 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Double Indemnity (1944) 

1942 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Ball of Fire (1941) 

1938 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Stella Dallas (1937)

Barbara Stanwyck wore the perfume Jungle Gardenia by Tuvaché launched in 1933.

Olivia de Havilland

1950 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The Heiress (1949) 

1949 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The Snake Pit (1948) 

1947 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

To Each His Own (1946) 

1942 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Hold Back the Dawn (1941) 

1940 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Gone with the Wind (1939) 

Olivia de Havilland wore the perfume Bal à Versailles by Jean Desprez launched in 1962.

Vivien Leigh 

1952 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) 

1940 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Gone with the Wind (1939) 

Vivien Leigh wore the perfume Jean Patou Joy launched in 1930.

Ingrid bergman 

1979 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Höstsonaten (1978) 

1975 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Murder on the Orient Express (1974) 

1957 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Anastasia (1956) 

1949 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Joan of Arc (1948) 

1946 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The Bells of St. Mary’s (1945) 

1945 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Gaslight (1944) 

1944 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943) 

Ingrid Bergman wore the perfume: Mitsouko by Guerlain, launched in 1919.

Joan Crawford

1953 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Sudden Fear (1952) 

1948 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Possessed (1947) 

1946 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Mildred Pierce (1945) 

Joan Crawford wore the perfume Estee Lauder Youth Dew launched in 1953; she as wore Jungle Gardenia launched in 1933. 

Audrey Hepburn 

1993

Winner

Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award The award, which was voted before her death, was presented posthumously. 

1968 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Wait Until Dark (1967) 

1962 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) 

1960 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The Nun’s Story (1959) 

1955 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Sabrina (1954) 

1954 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Roman Holiday (1953) 

Audrey Hepburn wore the perfume Givenchy L’Interdit created in 1957. 

Grace kelly 

1955 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The Country Girl (1954) 

1954 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Mogambo (1953) 

Grace Kelly wore the perfume Creed Fleurissimo created in 1956.

Elizabeth Taylor 

1967 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) 

Elizabeth Taylor was not present at the awards ceremony. 

1961 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Butterfield 8 (1960) 

1960 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Suddenly, Last Summer (1959) 

1959 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) 

1958 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Raintree County (1957) 

Elizabeth Taylor wore the perfume Jungle Gardenia, Jean Desprez Bal A Versailles and White Diamonds.

Sofia Loren 

1991 Winner

Honorary Award

1965 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Matrimonio all’italiana (1964) 

1962 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

La ciociara (1960) 

Sophia Loren is the first actor to win an Academy Award for a foreign language film. 

Sofia Loren wore the perfume Creed Irisia perfume launched in 1968, and Emanuel Ungaro Diva perfume launched in 1983.

Julie Andrews

Julie Andrews; October 1, 1935) is an English actress, singer, and author.

1983 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Victor Victoria (1982) 

1966 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The Sound of Music (1965) 

1965 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Mary Poppins (1964) 

Julie Andrews wore the perfume Carnet de Bal by Revillon, launched in 1937.

Jane Fonda

1987 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The Morning After (1986) 

1982 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Supporting Role

On Golden Pond (1981) 

1980 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

The China Syndrome (1979) 

1979 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Coming Home (1978) 

1978 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Julia (1977) 

1972 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Klute (1971) 

1970 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? (1969) 

Jane Fonda wore the perfume Obsession by Calvin Klein launched in 1985.

Faye Dunaway 

Dorothy Faye Dunaway (born January 14, 1941)is an American actress.

1977 Winner

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Network (1976) 

1975 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Chinatown (1974) 

1968 Nominee

Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role

Bonnie and Clyde (1967) 

Faye Dunaway wears the perfume Giorgia Armani Acqua Di Gio launched in 1996.

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