August 19 was a big day for Chanel. Not only was it the 128th birthday of the legendary Coco Chanel, but it was also the day that the newest of four Chanel No. 19 fragrances-Chanel No. 19 Poudre-was introduced. The elegant Chanel No. 19 line, named after Coco’s birthday and a wealth of other factors, began in 1970 and has culminated with this fresh and flowery yet musky and woody perfume.
Encased in a simple square bottle, perfumers Jacques Polges and Christopher Sheldrak can attest that this light green fragrance is composed of anything but simple ingredients. The rare Iris pallida, one of the most prominent notes of Chanel No. 19 Poudre, requires very careful and time-consuming processing, and advanced technology was used to mix it in with other refined notes of the fragrance, such as grasse neroli, mandarin orange, jasmine absolute, white musk notes and tonka bean.
In keeping with the Chanel No. 19 legacy, the fragrance is “aimed at women who have a taste for all things avant-garde and exceptional.” So if this is you (and we know it is), we suggest you try it!
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