Gabrielle Chanel made sport and toned bodies more fashionable. In her 1929 catalogue, she offered EAU DE COLOGNE—a product that was already being splashed onto the skin in the 18th century for its refreshing properties. With Jacques Polge, this original and popular scent has found a new place for itself at Chanel. This time, however, its citrus fruits and neroli are of a quality that is so rare, it has something of a light floral feel.
Also available in a 13.5 oz. limited-edition size — a celebration of the perfumer’s tradition of the grand Splash bottle.