“Eau de Chanel”

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Coco Chanel:
Founded in the early 1900s, a young orphan girl who was abandoned by her father set out to make a different in a world dominated by the male gender. With woman being dressed in tight corsets, long peasant dresses, and big hats. Gabrielle Bonhuer Chanel wanted to be remembered in an era where only few woman had made a difference. She decided to open a small shop in 1921 in a little French district, usually only getting business from working girls. She never gave up and with the help of her then husband, she traveled the neighboring countries setting out to find the new age of clothing. And thus began Chanel…

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Bleu de Chanel:

“Eau de Chanel” is a French term commonly used by the legendary french couturière herself Coco Chanel describing her perfume
No.5. Since the Early 1920s, No.5 has been taking the world by storm and soon became the best selling top of the line perfume of the century. The newest product out of the House of Chanel is “Bleu de Chanel” a new cologne the brother to the luxurious No.5. Being only a few years old, Bleu de Chanel is already a best seller and in the top 5 for male fragrances. Like everything Chanel has put on the table, this cologne is soon to be iconic like No.5. “Chanel the Enternal.”

PERSONAL OPINION:
In my opinion anything that can last almost 100 years and still be claimed iconic is worth checking into. Chanel has immortalized herself not only in her clothing that started a new era, but her iconic No.5 perfume. Bleu de Chanel has been and will forever be my favorite cologne it is timeless and can be worn on any occasion.

Credits by: Chanel

4 comments

  1. I agree I absolutely LOVE the Bleu cologne. I finally bought it for my boyfriend after asking a coworker what he was wearing because it smelled to die for! I am very familiar with the fragrance so I was shocked when he told me it was bleu- it smelled completely different on him! So a great selling point about Bleu cologne = it really does smell different with each individual’s pheromones. Thanks for the add : ) and just for clarification though, the reason Coco is often referred to as “the Mademoiselle” is because she never married!

  2. There is one thing that I know about Chanel Fragrances for both man and woman, those whom don’t wear fragrances or wear it very little tend to harass those whom wear really nice fragrances. You do not want to hear the story of me when I went to work wearing Lolita Lempicka and Red by Giorgio Hills.

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