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Who is Valentina Schlee?

Valentina Nicholaevna Sanina Schlee (1 May 1899 – 14 September 1989), simply known as Valentina, was a Russian émigrée fashion designer and theatrical costume designer active from 1928 to the late 1950s.

What perfume did Valentina Schlee wear in 1950?

In 1950 Valentina also introduced a perfume, My Own. Schlees made-to-measure, flowing styles combined the intricate bias cut of Madeleine Vionnet and the grace of gowns by Alix Gres. Simplicity survives the changes of fashion, she said in the late 1940s.

When did Anne Schlee start Valentinas gowns?

Schlee opened a small couture dress house, Valentinas Gowns on Madison Avenue in 1928. Her first stage commission was costumes for Judith Anderson in 1933s Come of Age.

What is Valentia sauce?

I missed you Valentia! Growing up in latin america, this is like the best chilly sauce ever, not too spicey so you can drench thing in it, a great dip and full of flavour. The british husband likes it and even my 6yo daughter now dabbles asking for it.

When did Valentina Schlee die?

Valentina (fashion designer) Valentina Nicholaevna Sanina Schlee (1 May 1899 – 14 September 1989), simply known as Valentina, was a Ukrainian émigrée fashion designer and theatrical costume designer active from 1928 to the late 1950s.

When did Anne Schlee start Valentinas gowns?

Schlee opened a small couture dress house, Valentinas Gowns on Madison Avenue in 1928. Her first stage commission was costumes for Judith Anderson in 1933s Come of Age.

What happened to Schlee?

Schlee was Gretas companion and some kind of a manager. He was by her site from the 1940s to 1960s. It seems he wanted to marry Garbo. But he was married to Valentina Schlee. He couldnt get divorce. Again we are not sure that there was love between them. When Schlee died in 1964 Garbo was deeply shocked.

What perfume did Valentina Schlee wear in 1950?

In 1950 Valentina also introduced a perfume, My Own. Schlees made-to-measure, flowing styles combined the intricate bias cut of Madeleine Vionnet and the grace of gowns by Alix Gres. Simplicity survives the changes of fashion, she said in the late 1940s.

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