The inspiration for the luminous floral fragrance: GABRIELLE CHANEL. Olivier Polge crafted this Eau de Parfum as an imaginary flower
Before creating the House of Chanel, Coco was Gabrielle. A rebel at heart…passionate and free. The inspiration for the luminous floral fragrance: GABRIELLE CHANEL.
Olivier Polge crafted this Eau de Parfum as an imaginary flower — a radiant and sparkling, purely feminine Chanel blossom based on a bouquet of four white flowers: a rich, enveloping heart of exotic Jasmine shimmers with the fruity green notes of Ylang-Ylang, while fresh and sparkling Orange Blossom shines through, offering a glimpse of Grasse Tuberose captured at its finest. Four points of light that recall the four corners of the bottle.
ART OF PERFUMING
Apply GABRIELLE CHANEL fragrance on skin or clothing with a deliberate and generous spray.
The fragrance appears to be suspended weightlessly within the striking, square bottle crafted of ultra-thin glass, as the four transparent sides fade into the background to let the light shine through. The label and the stopper have the same shape and indefinable lamé colour, a delicate balance between gold and silver, and the interior is warmed with an even more resplendent gold. Nestled in an imprint of its silhouette, the bottle is carefully protected by a precious interior sleeve.