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  1. CHANEL Coco Mademoiselle Eau de Parfum Intense 2018 Review ... › chanel-coco-mademoiselle

    Mar 05, 2018 · CHANEL Coco Mademoiselle Eau de Parfum Intense 2018 Review. It all started back in 2001, an unexpected formula started an unpredictable olfactory movement. Now in 2018, COCO MADEMOISELLE is reclaiming its territory. The new CHANEL Coco Mademoiselle Eau de Parfum Intense fragrance is finally here! Created for rebellious personalities with a taste for elegance.

  2. Perfume Review: Coco Mademoiselle Eau de Parfum Intense by CHANEL › 2018/02/28 › perfume-review

    Feb 28, 2018 · Perfume Review: Coco Mademoiselle Eau de Parfum Intense by. CHANEL. Out of all of the modern CHANEL fragrances, Coco Mademoiselle is the most iconic. It is the Nº5 for the modern age and since its launch in 2001 it has been the fragrance of choice for an entire generation of women. It’s hard to top a perfume this successful and rather surprisingly, Coco Mademoiselle hasn’t been subjected to the flanker treatment in its almost 20 year life span (for contrast, Chance, which launched after ...

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  4. Coco Mademoiselle Intense Chanel perfume - a fragrance for ... › perfume › Chanel

    Jan 26, 2018 · Perfume rating 4.30 out of 5 with 2,640 votes. Coco Mademoiselle Intense by Chanel is a Amber Woody fragrance for women. Coco Mademoiselle Intense was launched in 2018. The nose behind this fragrance is Olivier Polge.

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    Perfume rating 4.32 out of 5 with 2,472 votes. Coco Mademoiselle Parfum by Chanel is a Amber Floral fragrance for women. The nose behind this fragrance is Jacques Polge. Top notes are Bergamot, Orange and Grapefruit; middle notes are Rose, Litchi and Jasmine; base notes are Patchouli, Vanilla, Musk and Vetiver.

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  6. Chanel – Coco Mademoiselle eau de parfum review • Scentertainer › en › chanel-coco-mademoiselle

    Feb 22, 2020 · Coco Mademoiselle is a perfume by Chanel, a French high fashion brand, that appeared some 20 years ago, in 2001, and has blown away all other fragrances on the market.Its popularity and number of units sold were so terrific that it surpassed the statistics of the bestselling perfume of all time – the famous Chanel no. 5.

  7. Perfume Review: LES EAUX DE CHANEL by CHANEL – The Candy ... › 2018/07/09 › perfume-review
    • Paris – Deauville
    • Paris – Venise
    • Paris – Biarritz

    Orange Rind – Petit Grain – Basil Leaf Rose – Jasmine Patchouli Deauville perhaps has the most significance of all three locations explored in LES EAUX DE CHANEL because it represents the genesis of the legendary house of CHANEL in 1913. It is where Mademoiselle Chanel, then a milliner, opened her very first boutique, hoping to court the tastes of the many Parisians who visited the resort town on the weekend. It was in Deauville that the CHANEL revolution started – slowly and with a minimalist approach that broke all of the rules of convention at the time. For Paris-Deauville, the fragrance that celebrates this important beginning, perfumer Olivier Polge was inspired by the tall grasses of the titular town, creating something that CHANEL refer to as “crinkled leaves and bitter green”and to that I say sign me up! I would classify Paris-Deauville in that category of scents that just make you smile. It’s so endearingly pleasant and familiar, like greeting an old friend you always feel...

    Citrus – Neroli – Red Berry Iris – Grasse Geranium Cedar – Vanilla – Amber In 1920, Mademoiselle Chanel found Venice. Reeling from the death of her lover, Arthur ‘Boy’ Capel, she was sent to the Italian city by her friend and muse, Misia Sert. There Coco Chanel absorbed the clash of cultures, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Sergei Dhiagilev, and finding the inspiration for her first jewellery collection. So it’s no surprise that Paris-Venise the fragrance is the richest of the bunch (although these are ‘eaux’, remember, and rich is to be taken with a pinch of salt) capturing the spirit of the orient, the baroque and the gold, in what perfume Olivier Polge calls a “cozy, cottony sensation”. The biggest impression one gets from Paris-Venise is vanilla and as expected from CHANEL, it is of the highest grade. For me, this one is the most linear and perhaps the least striking of the trio. It has that signature CHANEL-shimmer up top (is there anything more delightful? I think not!) in...

    Grapefruit – Mandarin – Aqueous Note Lily-of-the-Valley Accord Vetiver – White Musk Another destination and another iconic boutique – this time the locations is Biarritz. Amongst the hotels, golf course, beaches, casino and rich patrons, Mademoiselle Chanel opened a boutique in the Villa de Larraide, tapping into the rich and the royal patrons that made Biarritz such a place of High Society in 1915. Here, in the Basque coast resort town, Coco Chanel partied with her Russian friends and swam in the Atlantic Ocean, so Paris-Biarritzthe fragrance celebrates a care-free attitude that can only be found in a life spent by the ocean. I’ll say right now that Paris-Biarritz is the clever one. It’s also the most unusual and definitely the most compelling. Opening with a clash of grapefruit and sea salt, Paris-Biarritz smells almost as if one has spritzed a fragrance on a windy beach, the marine air mingling with the bitterness of grapefruit to create something evocative of spaces near the sea...

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