LES EAUX DE CHANEL
A powerful burst of juniper berry and cypress evolves into a warm vetiver accord with earthy undertones and smoky accents, leaving behind a comforting trail.
1924. Gabrielle Chanel discovers Scotland through the Duke of Westminster, with whom she is intimately linked until 1930. Far from society life, Mademoiselle recharges at his estates in the Highlands, a wild and mountainous region patterned with crystal-clear lakes and rocky forests. The invigorating freshness of this verdant land is captured in PARIS-ÉDIMBOURG, a woody scent that evokes life’s simple pleasures on the Scottish moors.
1928 – Gabrielle Chanel on the Duke of Westminster’s yacht, the Cutty Sark.
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“Both fresh and woody, PARIS-ÉDIMBOURG could be the scent of a tweed jacket worn during a walk in the wild Scottish countryside.”