2. Pagan collection: Nature and insects.
3. The Frolic (which became the name of Schiaparelli’s lipstick) of the Harelequin collection.
Elsa left Paris in June 1940 during World War II for New York. After World War II, Elsa returned to Paris but did not adapt to the changes in fashion. She did create Zsa Zsa Gabor’s outfits for Moulin Rouge, but ultimately her business closed in 1954, she was 64. That same year Chanel returned to fashion. “Coco” Chanel referred to Elsa as “that woman that makes clothes”.