Perfumes: One of the most distinguished brand name in the perfume industry that almost everyone knows about and is familiar with its unique logo is Chanel perfume.
It is the very last name in quality as well as style making it amongst the most highly regarded of all perfumes.
Coco Chanel’s vision
What makes Chanel perfume so special and why some women cannot do without it?
The answer is simply in the vision of its founder Coco Chanel who wished for women to wear perfumes that gave them a sense of independence and of belonging to an important part of culture.
Despite the fact that she probably would not realize how well her vision became reality.
There is no doubt that Chanel perfumes are the very archetype of perfumes.
As a result many celebrities in the world including the Hollywood beauties are all sporting Chanel perfume, all of which contributes to the fame and glamour connected with such a trade name of which Chanel Number 5 is a good example.
Such complimentary advertising and also the effect of celebrities supporting Chanel perfume has made millions of women want to own a bottle of such perfume, thus contributing to the success of the brand.
Chanel 5 perfume
The most popular Chanel No. 5 was the idea of Ernest Beaux.
It contains ylang-ylang, neroli and blends of jasmine as well as rose which makes for a very alluring perfume indeed.
Although nobody (outside of the company) actually knows the exact formula, there is no doubting its popularity and it is believed that a bottle of Chanel No. 5 is sold once every thirty seconds.
Chanel gardenia perfume
Ernest Beaux created Gardenia in 1925. It is a stunning illustration of his talent in creating shining floral compositions.
The stylishness of this fragrance was outstanding.
Gardenia was reformulated in the 1980s in conjunction with Bois des Iles and Cuir de Russie.
The new version stands far less similar to the original aldehydic bouquet than do the other reissues to their vintage equivalents.
Gardenia is to some extent of a misnomer, because the effect here is chiefly of orange blossom and jasmine, with the entire arrangement dominated by sweet tuberose.
Gardenia is sold in the EDT and perfume.
The EDT is bordering on cloyingly sweet, while the perfume is richer and better balanced.