Vintage Christmas Ads For Avon Cosmetics From The 1960s – Design You Trust

Vintage Christmas Ads For Avon Cosmetics From The 1960s

These Christmas adverts for Avon cosmetics date from 1963-69. As was common for the time in America, photo shoots were taken using white models and black models separately using the same sets and similar poses.

“Gift by Avon… A joy to select… A joy to give… A joy to receive!”


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