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    Default "For Men Only" by Helen Liebert - any information?

    Hi all - I'm new to this, so please be kind.

    I was fortunate to pick up a 12 oz. bottle of "For Men Only" cologne by the milliner/designer Helen Liebert. I haven't found much information on the 'net about this concoction or its designer. Ms. Liebert workded from the '40s into the '60s, that much I know. There was one other reference: a 1964 ad in the LA Times for the cologne ($10 a bottle, if I remember correctly - not bad for 45 years ago, eh?).

    The bottle is sewn into the cloth bag; the bottle is approx. 6.5 inches tall.

    The cologne is a light floral; not much life to it - it doesn't last.

    I will appreciate any information that anyone can offer on the cologne or on Ms. Liebert.

    Thanks to all.

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    Default Re: "For Men Only" by Helen Liebert - any information?

    Looks cool. I like that sewn on label style that was used on many items of clothing during the 50s and 60s. What does it smell like?

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