Wednesday, August 15, 2012

COCO NOIR: THE FRAGRANCE THE FILM




It was Coco Chanel's favorite colour so it only seems fitting that the latest perfume,  be named 'NOIR'.


“I imposed black; it still going strong today, for black wipes out everything else around”

Coco Chanel on the Lido Beach in Venice
image via telegraph.co.uk


A fan of perfumes (she once stated that a woman who did not wear perfume had no future)  she probably would have loved this latest fragrance since it represents, in the words of its amazing creator Chanel Master Perfumer  Jacques Polge, Coco Chanel's love of the "dazzle of black and Venice".  

Venice was particularly close to Coco Chanel's heart as she travelled there in a bid to gather comfort during her period of mourning the death of her lover, Boy Chapel.

A blend of grapefruit and Bergamot from Calabria, orange, jasmine, rose, geranium, patchouli, tonka bean, vanilla, New Caledonian sandalwood, incense and white musk frankincense, the fragrance comes  in a beautifully shaped bottle - the classic Coco shape executed in black with gold accents and which in the words of one of Chanel's perfumers is made more mysterious by the fact that "you can't see the juice inside".

COCO NOIR THE FILM:





In the words of the Maison:

“Coco Noir is the magnificent evocation of that woman in that city and all those women today who choose intensity over the bland norm; the detours of seduction over perfunctory exhibitionism, and true luxury over vulgarity.”

The new fragrance is available to pre-order from CHANEL.COM 

Coco Noir image via: http://sassisamblog.com/

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COCO NOIR: THE FRAGRANCE THE FILM




It was Coco Chanel's favorite colour so it only seems fitting that the latest perfume,  be named 'NOIR'.


“I imposed black; it still going strong today, for black wipes out everything else around”

Coco Chanel on the Lido Beach in Venice
image via telegraph.co.uk


A fan of perfumes (she once stated that a woman who did not wear perfume had no future)  she probably would have loved this latest fragrance since it represents, in the words of its amazing creator Chanel Master Perfumer  Jacques Polge, Coco Chanel's love of the "dazzle of black and Venice".  

Venice was particularly close to Coco Chanel's heart as she travelled there in a bid to gather comfort during her period of mourning the death of her lover, Boy Chapel.

A blend of grapefruit and Bergamot from Calabria, orange, jasmine, rose, geranium, patchouli, tonka bean, vanilla, New Caledonian sandalwood, incense and white musk frankincense, the fragrance comes  in a beautifully shaped bottle - the classic Coco shape executed in black with gold accents and which in the words of one of Chanel's perfumers is made more mysterious by the fact that "you can't see the juice inside".

COCO NOIR THE FILM:





In the words of the Maison:

“Coco Noir is the magnificent evocation of that woman in that city and all those women today who choose intensity over the bland norm; the detours of seduction over perfunctory exhibitionism, and true luxury over vulgarity.”

The new fragrance is available to pre-order from CHANEL.COM 

Coco Noir image via: http://sassisamblog.com/

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