Right before the concert in Kazan, the famous singer Patricia Kaas was presented with one of the main symbols of the female beauty of the Soviet era.
The singer Kaas received a rare copy of exclusive perfumes with the name "Red Moscow" from the Museum of social life. Director of the museum of social life, Mr. Rustem Valiakhmetov told a lot of the history of famous spirits. According to Valiakhmetov, the factory Novaya Zarya, which produced such perfume, was founded right on the spot of the French LLP, called Brokar & Co. And the spirits "Red Moscow" of the 20s of the last century, according to historians, have French roots. This perfume in the middle of the last century became the real symbol of all our Soviet women - the smell was familiar to everyone. However, not many people know that there was also a version of the perfume, which was delivered to France. And they were also called “Moskou Rouge”, which means “Red Moscow”.
“It was this export version, produced in the 70s, which was kept in the Kazan Museum of the City, that we happily gave Kaas. It is difficult, by the way, to surprise her with a gift at all - she has been to Russia many times already.Patricia gladly tried out such an exotic scent on herself and later said that this is a completely new step in her knowledge of the Russian Federation, "says the director of the Kazan Museum Valiakhmetov.
We add, according to experts, the most common mistake when choosing a perfume today is when a buyer takes something they have already heard about or have been using their friends for a long time. And, in vain, because there are a lot of not promoted brands with excellent new flavors. The perfume designers are very popular, they have created a lot of fragrant novelties - Lacoste, Armand Basi, Lanvin Marry Me, Mexx. This is a wonderful, not very expensive perfume. They are fresh, modern, in demand among young people, as well as for the older generation. Lanvin Marry Me has a fruity floral scent invented by famous perfumer Antoine Maisondieu.
There are wonderful flavors for those who want to achieve something, all the time seeking something, for example, it is Chanel. In memory of the meeting with the singer in the hall of the Museum of social life even the oldest dombra will be kept, at which singer Patricia Kaas left an autograph. And as a sign of her attitude to Kazan, the star drew a couple of hearts on a musical instrument.
She also wrote the title of the famous song Mademoiselle chante le blues on a rocker denim jacket. The item of clothing will also become the property of the Museum collection.