Perfumes of the Soviet era

In the early days of the Cold War and the Iron Curtain, the Soviet ordinary consumers hardly have known all there devious machinations of capitalism - "Chanel" and "Dior". No domestic product was above all! And because the shelves of department stores were full of unpretentious vials with unpretentious title: "White Lilac", "Magnolia", "lavender", "Debut", "Lights of Moscow". To distinguish them from overseas was easy - all Soviet spirits abruptly gave alcohol. However, the three brands of spirits became original branded symbols of the epoch. Along with "Riga Balsam" from the clothing factory "Bolshevik" and port "777".








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