THE WHAT? Chanel has debuted a new fragrance inspired by France’s capital city. Chanel Eaux de Chanel Paris-Paris was created by Perfumer Olivier Polge and is said to be an ode to a Parisian woman, according to a report published by Forbes.
THE DETAILS The juice is composed of notes of Damascena rose, fresh citrus and pink peppercorn extract at the top, warming to patchouli and is described as a ‘sparkling woody-floral composition’. The bottle and the juice’s rosy hue is said to be reminiscent of the city’s iconic Haussmann buildings.
THE WHY? The scent is the latest in a series of fragrances inspired by the places Chanel Founder Gabrielle frequented during her lifetime. With the fragrance category booming, it’s no wonder the brand is extending its range.
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