15 historical Chanel perfume lines

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After nearly a century, Chanel No.5 perfume is still the best-selling perfume in the world.

“A woman who doesn’t wear perfume has no future”, a woman who doesn’t wear perfume has no future, and that “future” is the 15 perfume lines that put Chanel cosmetics at the top of America

1921: Introduced the first perfume line Chanel N°5, `dedicated to women and smells like a woman`.

15 historical Chanel perfume lines

1922: Continuing with the N°22 perfume, named after the year of its launch, which has the same passionate floral scent as the spirit of N°5 but is a blend of sophistication and a bit of bold challenge.

15 historical Chanel perfume lines

1925: Captivated the world with the extremely feminine Gardenia perfume, the fresh scent of camellia, which was Coco Chanel’s favorite flower.

15 historical Chanel perfume lines

1926: Bois des Iles, a perfume inspired by the wild lands, with scents combining ylang ylang and sandalwood, is also Chanel’s first perfume with an oriental influence.

15 historical Chanel perfume lines

1927: Cuir de Russie, created by perfumer Ernest Beaux, originated from Russia, so this is also a reminder of the homeland, with a bit of a nomadic feel and people on horseback, subtle.

15 historical Chanel perfume lines

1955: Pour Monsieur, the first and only men’s fragrance in Chanel’s lifetime, is created by Henri Robert.

1970: Chanel introduced the N°19 perfume line, named after her birthday, August 19, with an Irish floral scent mixed with warm woods.

1974: after Chanel passed away, the company continued to introduce the Cristalle perfume line inspired by Chanel’s passion for crystal.

1981: introduced Anteus, a strong perfume line for men

1984: Coco, a perfume for women, was born, inspired by Venetian history and Baroque style, with an oriental floral scent reminiscent of a magnificent past.

1990: Egoiste, a perfume line for men with the masculine scent of sandalwood and vanilla.

1996: Allure, a delicate and gentle perfume for women, inspired by the elegance and self-reliant spirit of Coco Chanel, is a classic scent combined with modernity.

Next, Allure Homme for men was also born.

2001: Coco Mademoiselle, a combination of orange, bergamot and floral notes, is an irresistibly feminine and extremely sensual scent as well as the spirit of Gabrielle Chanel.

2003: Chance, a perfume line for young people, is a combination of fresh floral scent mixed with a bit of sweetness and warmth, inspired by Chanel’s belief in lucky believers.

Chance is youthful with sweet, bright colors.

2010: Introducing Bleu de Chanel, an innovative perfume line for men with lemon and wood scents combined to create a masculine appeal.

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