I’ve been obsessed with this picture of Stevie Nicks in the late 1970s since I found it online. She’s sitting at a tiled dressing table, where there are three products which have immediately caught my attention. All of them are by Erno Laszlo: a bottle (among meds), a jar and a soap.
Impossible to say if the bottle contained a lotion, a toner or the Shake-It tinted treatment. On the other hand, I’m pretty sure the jar contained a face powder. But the same packaging was used for other products (including the famous Active pHelityl cream), so I could be wrong. The soap on the far right is Active Phelityl.
Last but not least, the brush next to the jar is by Mason Pearson.
Picture source and source.
Thanks to The Scentimentalist for the brush id and to Bunny Hoover for the soap id.
10 thoughts on “Stevie Nicks’ Dressing Table”
Good lord … those meds! And seemingly a Clinique foundation, a classic Mason Pearson hairbrush and a Max Factor Creme Puff (though the latter is up for debate!
Yes! That could be a Clinique foundation! Yes for the brush as well. Not sure about the Max Factor id
Stevie should try Touch by Fred Haymond it probably has a fragrance I think she would love as men have stopped ask me what it is and where they can get it. They say it is something they would like to get for their wife or girlfriend or wife.
I would guess mid to late 70s. At this time Laszlo was the brand with that celebrity cachet. It had a big following amongst stars of stage and screen. The original versions of the classic PHelityl oil and sea mud soap along with the famous Laszlo splashing method were well known for their ability to remove heavy stage make up.
I miss the glamour of those Laszlo products and their original packaging.
I love that she has a vase full of irises. ❤
Me too. This picture is beautiful on many different levels 😍
Her hair looks like it’s the Tusk era curls. I would say this is from around 1978 or 1979. It’s definitely in the late 70s and she looks beautiful.
She looked gorgeous. Thanks for the precise dating.