|Design||Luise Terletzki-Scherf, 1931|
A hare rarely comes singly. They rove around in large family clans – father and mother, brothers and sisters. But this young chap particularly stands out from all his long-eared cousins which Luise Terletzki designed for the master workshops of the manufactory. Is it the precise contours of his ears? The perfect stroke of the eyebrows? Or the sumptuous pink of his eyes, which is reminiscent of the palette of colours of someone like Christian Lacroix. At any rate, the make-up artist deserves great praise. He has presented the temperament of this alert animal in masterly style.