Through black … light revealed. Chanel has always entrusted black with an essential role: to highlight a woman. COCO NOIR — an intimate, seductive and intensely brilliant fragrance with luminous notes — celebrates this paradoxical statement by using a deep black to bring a dazzling femininity to light.
COCO NOIR is presented in a striking, black glass version of the iconic Classic Bottle. Designed in 1921, The Classic Bottle is noteworthy for its simplicity and modernity. The chiseled stopper reflects the geometry of Place Vendôme, which Gabrielle Chanel could view from her room at the Ritz in Paris.
Since then, Chanel has practiced the art of baudruchage to seal bottles of Parfum. Carried out by hand, it consists of covering the neck of the bottle with a fine membrane, which is held in place by a strand of pearl-cotton thread, then sealed with a black wax stamp.
A voluptuous and enveloping luminous Oriental scent with a noble accord of Egyptian Jasmine and May Rose that adds depth and sensuality. The trail unfurls with magnetic notes of Indonesian Patchouli and Venezuelan Tonka Bean, along with the more pronounced notes of Bourbon Vanilla and White Musk.
ART OF PERFUMING
Gabrielle Chanel's advice was to apply Parfum "wherever you want to be kissed." Neck, wrist, décolleté… Dab a drop on your pulse points, wherever you can feel a heart beat.
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