Elsa Schiaparelli

Perfumes and fragrance by Elsa Schiaparelli

Elsa Schiaparelli fragrance and perfume list.


Elsa Schiaparelli fragrances: Italian fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli. She launched her fashion line knitwear in 1927, and in 1931 moved the Schiap Shop to Rue de la Paix in the Place Vendôme, Paris. Schiaparelli's most notable fragrance, Shocking, launched in 1937 came in a hot pink box (called shocking pink in Briton, made famous by Schiaparelli). Schiaparelli fragrance license is currently held by Tod's. Learn more

Elsa Schiaparelli Perfumes (by year launched)
  • 1998 - Zut! (Re-launched. Floral Oriental.)
  • 1995 - Blue
  • 1992 - Dance Arrogance
  • 1977 - Shocking You (Floral Green: Neroli, Hyacinth, Galbanum, Bergamot, Aldehydes; Carnation, Jasmine, Ylang-Ylang, Orris Root, Rose, Lily of the Valley, Raspberry; Musk, Sandalwood, Oak Moss, Leather)
  • 1977 - Snuff (Men; re-launched. Chypre: Bergamot, Fruity Notes, Green Notes, Lavender; Vetiver, Carnation, Jasmine, Geranium, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Orris Root, Pine; Oak Moss, Amber, Vanille, Olibanum, Myrrh, Leather)
  • 1959 - Scent of Mystery (Created by Michael Todd Jr.; film by the same name)
  • 1958 - Voyageur
  • 1957 - Si ("Yes" in English. Deluxe presentation bottle shaped like gilded Chianti bottle, named after famous Juliette Greco song. In US 1958)
  • 1956 - Spring N' Summer
  • 1955 - Chloro-Cologne
  • 1953 - Succes Fou ("Huge Success" in English. Leaf bottle designed by Michel de Brunhoff, artist Peynet designed ad illustrations. In US 1953)
  • 1952 - Sport (Eau de Cologne)
  • 1950 - Blessed Event
  • 1950 - Flirtation
  • 1949 - Eau de Santé
  • 1948 - Vert Zut
  • 1947 - Radiance
  • 1947 - Sotto Voce
  • 1946 - Le Roi Soleil (Celebrating end of the World War, depict glory days of Sun King Louis XIV. Three-dimensional seascape crystal bottle with blazing sun stopper, designed by Dali, made by Baccarat.)
  • 1946 - Stratosphere
  • 1945 - Seraphique
  • 1943 - Radiance (Advertisement by Dali)
  • 1943 - Sans Souci
  • 1942 - Silence
  • 1942 - Spanking
  • 1941 - Stunt
  • 1941 - So Sweet
  • 1941 - Stage
  • 1940 - Shocking Scamp
  • 1940 - Snuff (Men. Pipe-shaped bottle, cigar-shaped box. Re-launched 1977 by Schiaparelli-Pikenz as aromatic chypre eau de toilette, classified D6m. In US by 1940)
  • 1939 - Set to Music (Music box)
  • 1939 - Spin to Win
  • 1938 - Beau Geste
  • 1938 - Sleeping (Heavy sweet perfume, with touch of vanilla, bottle designed by Dali made by Cristalleries de Baccarat. Sold in US in 1939.)
  • 1937 - Le Six
  • 1937 - Shocking (Jean Carles; Floral woody amber "Oriental"; top notes bergamot, estragon; heart notes honeysuckle, rose, jasmine; base notes musk, civet; classified F1f. Bottle shape inspired by Dali's painting of woman flower seller, sculpted by Eleonor Fini based on Mae West's torso draped in Shocking Pink, originally made in Czechoslovakia. Re-launched 1998)
  • 1937 (1949) - Zut! ("Damn!" in English. Nathalie Feishauer, from Givaudan-Roure. Bottle depicts woman's torso from waist down, with skirt around ankles, leaving panties and ribbon belt)
  • 1934 - Schiap (Bottle design attributed to Jean-Michel Frank)
  • 1934 - Souci de Schiapelli / Soucis de Schiaparelli ((Bottle design attributed to Jean-Michel Frank))
  • 1934 - Salut (Simple trapezoidal bottle, possible designer Jean-Michel Frank)
  • 1928 - S (Signature fragrance: lily and hyacinth; relaunched in 1961)
  • 19xx - Shalimar de Chine
  • 19xx - Gardenia

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About Elsa Schiaparelli
Italian fashion designer, Elsa Schiaparelli, launched her fashion line knitwear in 1927, and in 1931 moved the Schiap Shop to Rue de la Paix in the Place Vendôme, Paris. Schiaparelli's most notable fragrance, Shocking, launched in 1937 came in a hot pink box (called shocking pink in Briton, made famous by Schiaparelli). The packaging, designed by Surrealist artist Leonor Fini, was inspired by Daisy Fellowes' 17.27 carat pink diamond from Cartier (Tête de Belier, the "Ram's Head")and the fragrance bottle, shaped like a woman's torso, was inspired by Mae West's tailor's dummy. Fellowes and West were both clients of Elsa Schiaparelli.

Learn more about Elsa Schiaparelli's fashion, artist influences, and fragrance in the article:
The Art of Fashion and Fragrance: Elsa Schiaparelli - Shocking Surrealism

Contact Elsa Schiaparelli
www.schiaparelli.com

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