The famed jewelry designer and youngest daughter of famed artists, Paloma Picasso is a gem among the Tiffany lights and costumed stages of Paris. Meaning “dove” in Spanish, Paloma was named in honor of the Parisian International Peace Conference symbol designed by her famed father. Her grandfather, Emile Gilot, was a chemist and perfume manufacturer. She launched Paloma Picasso in the 1980s, creating fashions and perfumes—like rose chypre Paloma Picasso Mon Perfum—and unveiling Mon Rouge, her exclusive true-red lipstick. The diversely-talented designer Paloma also starred in 1974’s praised movie, Immoral Tales.