We have a full detailed review on it on VNA Coco Chanel is the second most selling perfume from the house of Chanel.
It has an oriental base with jasmine, white lily and wood spices.
The notes will stay on you for 6-8 hours which is quite a feat for any perfume.
This sensational perfume which was launched in 1921 is available for Rs.8550 at all leading Chanel stores in India.
Gabrielle Chanel’s life has been the source of the inspiration for this range which is why most Chanel fans have scrambled to get a copy.
Who said that the house of Chanel was popular only amongst ladies?
When it comes to perfumes and fragrances Coco Chanel is, was and will remain the undisputed queen.
Please understand that this website is not affiliated with any of the perfume companies written about here in any way, it is only a reference page and repository of information for collectors and those who have enjoyed the classic fragrances of days gone by.Since its grand launch in 1984 it has become a big hit with women all over the world.If you are fond of strong assertive scents then you will prefer Coco Chanel over Chanel number 5.Here I am compiling 10 of the best ever selling fragrances by Chanel that both men and women in India can enjoy.There are perhaps only two categories of women walking on the earth today; those who own a Chanel no 5 and those who aspire to buy a Chanel no 5.The collective efforts of Ernest Beaux, Madmesoile Chanel and Jacques Polge all come together in the 14 editions and superb pure extracts of perfume created by Chanel.It’s impossible to select one as they are all odes to the art of perfumer.Gabriella Chanel epitomizes the unpredictable whimsical nature of chance in this beautiful fragrance.The floral notes of Chance Original has been modified to include a fruity flavor in Chance Eu Fraiche and a dreamy note in Chance Eu Tendre. Chanel perfumes have been featured on enough fashion glossies and lifestyle magazines and premium Chanels and they have successfully captured the fancy of every living woman who has been exposed to media.Enameled lettering, also known as serigraphy (instead of labels), on glass bottles started being used after the 1930s and was pretty regular feature in the 1940s onward.This lettering is fragile and can be easily lost with cleaning.