Chanel Perfumes

Monday, February 27th 2023

Chanel is a French luxury fashion house that was founded by Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel in 1910. In addition to its iconic fashion designs, Chanel is also known for its range of perfumes.

Some of the most famous Chanel perfumes and their key notes:

  1. Chanel No. 5 - Created in 1921 by Ernest Beaux, this classic perfume features notes of jasmine, rose, ylang-ylang, iris, and vanilla.

  2. Chanel No. 19 - Created in 1971 by Henri Robert, this perfume has a green and woody scent with notes of galbanum, iris, and musk.

  3. Coco - Created in 1984 by Jacques Polge, this oriental-spicy perfume features notes of jasmine, orange blossom, and patchouli.

  4. Chance - Created in 2002 by Jacques Polge, this floral-fruity perfume features notes of pink pepper, jasmine, and patchouli.

  5. Allure - Created in 1996 by Jacques Polge, this oriental-floral perfume features notes of bergamot, jasmine, and vanilla.

  6. Gabrielle - Created in 2017 by Olivier Polge, this floral perfume features notes of jasmine, ylang-ylang, and orange blossom.

Chanel has also released various limited edition perfumes and flankers of their classic scents over the years.