Irresistibly sexy, irrepressibly spirited. A semi-Oriental fragrance created by Jacques Polge, COCO MADEMOISELLE is an absolutely modern composition with a strong yet surprisingly fresh character — reflecting the daring spirit of a young Coco Chanel.
Designed in 1921, The Classic Bottle is striking in 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 white pearl-cotton thread, then sealed with a black wax stamp.
Rich and voluptuous, yet also incredibly fresh and light. Sparkling Orange notes precede a sensual heart of May Rose and Grasse Jasmine, heightened by a touch of precious Iris from Florence.
ART OF PERFUMING
The Parfum is the quintessence of a fragrance, with its own specific application. Gabrielle Chanel's advice was to apply it "wherever you would like to be kissed." Using the stopper or the tip of the index finger, simply dab onto pulse points with a delicate touch. Apply to wrists, behind the ears and knees, or on the décolleté, and the scent will release all its sensuality.
Questions & Answers
Parfum: the most powerful, concentrated and long-lasting form of fragrance.
Eau de Parfum: closest in strength and character to the parfum form.
Eau de Toilette: lightest and most relaxed fragrance.
Coco Mademoiselle Parfum: the most powerful, concentrated and long-lasting form of fragrance.
Coco Mademoiselle Eau de Parfum: closest in strength and character to the parfum form.
Coco Mademoiselle Eau de Toilette: lightest and most relaxed fragrance.
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