Gabrielle Chanel adored white flowers. Yet her emblem—the camellia, a flower with an utterly perfect form—has no scent, unlike the gardenia, which it so closely resembles. She imagined a fragrance in its image, which she named GARDÉNIA.
Mademoiselle and Ernest Beaux—the first Director of CHANEL Fragrance—composed the scent in 1925. This fresh and sensual nectar features accents of jasmine and orange blossom for a lush, floral trail.
ART OF PERFUMING
The Eau de Parfum comes in a spray for easy application.
List of Ingredients
ALCOHOL | AQUA (WATER) | PARFUM (FRAGRANCE) | HEXYL CINNAMAL | BENZYL SALICYLATE | LINALOOL | HYDROXYCITRONELLAL | CITRONELLOL | EUGENOL | BENZYL BENZOATE | LIMONENE | GERANIOL | FARNESOL | BENZYL ALCOHOL | CITRAL | IL17-1
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Questions & Answers
Composed by Coco Chanel and Ernest Beaux—the first Director of CHANEL Fragrance—in 1925, this fresh and sensual nectar features a mimosa and a gardenia accord.
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