LES EAUX DE CHANEL
A composition of shadow and light, in which the essence of neroli illuminates the warm tones of an ambery accord with notes of vanilla and tonka.
1920. For Gabrielle Chanel, Venice is a revelation—and a new start. Shaken by the loss of her great love, Boy Capel, she falls under the spell of a city rich in contrasts. The glimmer of the Byzantine mosaics and precious gems of St. Mark’s Basilica inspires the designs of her first jewelry collections. PARIS-VENISE evokes this captivating city that marks the boundary between East and West.
Gabrielle Chanel on Roussy Sert’s yacht in Venice. Photo: V.H. Grandpierre.
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“With PARIS-VENISE, I wanted a fresh fragrance, but with a round and soft expression.”