Coco Mademoiselle or the essence of the free and daring woman from Chanel
Released in 1984, Coco will be the very first female perfume from the house of Chanel created after the death of Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, her beloved founder. A true tribute to the great lady of fashion, Coco designs an oriental and baroque woman while being delicately feminine and elegant . The perfume, created by Jacques Polge, is a great success of the house.
However, it is particularly aimed at women who are assertive and sure of their powers of seduction.
In 2002, Jacques Polge once again designed a scented composition for Coco. Lighter, more modern and aimed especially at young women, the new Coco generation will dress in Coco Mademoiselle and its chypre, fruity, floral scents that are both light and sensual.
In order to embody this daring and very free woman of the 20th century, the house of Chanel has chosen the sweet and sparkling young “Pirate of the Caribbean” Keira Knightley. In the three beautiful campaigns filmed for Coco Mademoiselle, the actress hits the mark by playing the playful and elusive seductresses through high-flying amorous chases. The muse of Coco Mademoiselle also describes the woman she embodies in the guise of a determined heroine:
“In all three films, she’s in control. No one can hold her back: she is there, she plays, she flirts with him and ends up on a speedboat ”. Chanel for Coco Mademoiselle.
So Coco Chanel’s wife is resolutely modern and sparkling, yet she remains a symbol of eternal elegance, volatile grace and yet so noticeable. Coco Mademoiselle would therefore be “The portrait of a woman ready to write her destiny with audacity. “ According to Chanel …
Coco Mademoiselle and neo-chypre fragrances
The Coco Mademoiselle bottle is of course dressed in the traditional packaging of all Chanel perfumes since N ° 5. Square bottle and crystal stopper, Coco Mademoiselle amazes compared to its elders by the color of its juice and its label, both colored with a tender peach pink, as if to better remind us of the young woman for whom the perfume is intended. .
Coco Mademoiselle opens with a blend of citrus notes of mandarin and the fruity notes of a soft and velvety peach. Then jasmine, mimosa and Turkish rose meet the warm and solar ylang-ylang and orange blossom to offer the lady Coco Mademoiselle a flowery and radiant heart. The iris of Provence adds its powdery touch to this graceful ensemble. Finally, the exotic woody notes of sandalwood, patchouli and vetiver rub shoulders, to ignite with sensuality, a powerful and intoxicating civet note. Tonka bean and vanilla add their sensual delicacies to these depths of scorching heat.
“COCO MADEMOISELLE draws its inspiration from the unusual personality of Gabrielle Chanel. The fragrance asserts itself as the olfactory echo of an independent spirit which breaks free from codes to better create its own. »Chanel for Coco Mademoiselle.
Oriental-fresh, a floral jasmine-rosé accord, airy like a petal.
Fresh and sensual, a sexy and refined fragrance, composed with absolute modernity.
Olfactory family: Chypré – Fruity
Top note: Orange from Sicily, Bergamot from Calabria, Grapefruit.
Heart note: Lychee, Rose, Italian Jasmine.
Base note: Indonesian Patchouli, Haitian Vetiver, Bourbon Vanilla, White Musk.