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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Vogue by Molyneux c1929

Vogue by Molyneux: launched in 1929. Created by Jacques Vogel.

c1930 ad

Fragrance Composition:

So what does it smell like? It is classified as a floral bouquet fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: neroli, lily of the valley and lilac
  • Middle notes: Bourbon Island ylang ylang, tuberose, rose, jasmine
  • Base notes: Mysore sandalwood, musk, galbanum, cedar, Tyrolean oakmoss, Singapore patchouli

Chemist and Druggist: The Newsweekly for Pharmacy, Volume 115, 1931:
"Les Parfums de Molyneux of Paris, have introduced a new creation in Vivre, a perfume of outstanding merit, which, as our illustration shows, is presented in a manner simple yet attractive. Vivre is available in four sizes. Other Molyneux products include Vogue, Le Numero Cinq, Fete and Le Chic de Molyneux. Full particulars of these and other Molyneux fines are obtainable from the sole sale-; agent and distributor for the United Kingdom. GE Davies, 58 Newman Street, Oxford Street, London."


Baccarat signed flacon, stands 3 1/2" tall. Photo from worthpoint.

Fate of the Fragrance:

Discontinued, date unknown. Still sold in 1941.

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