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  • Ida Grzyb

    Evening in Paris... Every Mom's Christmas present.

  • DiAnne

    Ha! Remember this!? my aunt had this

  • Debby Cowley

    Perfume Bottles, Evening in Paris Bourjois Soir de Paris Vintage... My Aunt El used to wear this:)

  • Deb Leland

    Perfume Bottles, Evening in Paris Bourjois Soir de Paris Vintage - oh the memories.

  • Denise Tarrence

    I love the cobalt blue bottles. I remember my maternal Grandmother had this on her bureau dresser

  • Lyn B

    Evening in Paris perfume. Remember this!? My mum had this and I thought it was soooo sophisticated.

  • Suzi D.

    Evening in Paris. Every girls 1st perfume in the 50's

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