Madame de Florian was a French socialite and actress who fled to the south of France during World War II. She kept her apartment in Paris on the Right Bank near the Opéra Garnier, though, in case she wanted to return. However, she never went back to it after the war. Since 1942, the apartment has been sitting untouched, until recently when an auctioneer entered her apartment. What he found was a time capsule, full of treasures.
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Madame de Florian, a French socialite & actress fled to the south of France during World War II. She kept her apartment, Paris on the Right Bank near the Opéra Garnier, in case she wanted to return. However, she never did. Since 1942, the apartment has been sitting untouched.The apartment was covered in dust, perfectly preserved. The apartment was able to remain abandoned & untouched because she continued paying the rent until her death in 2010, aged 91.
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There's nothing funny about depression or anxiety, but some sufferers find humor to be a good way of dealing with the daily struggles of living with such mood disorders. British artist Gemma Correll is one of those people, and as you can see below, her illustrators are as funny as they are thought-provoking.