Chanel Coco Noir Fragrance is Inspired by Venice

The latest fragrance for women conceived by Chanel is due to be launched soon. Reportedly named the Coco Noir, it boasts with influences from the mysterious and inscrutable Venetian memories of Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel, the founder of the brand, the perfume has been decked with the color of Chanel, also the tone for chic and elegance.

The fragrance was conceived by Jacques Polge, Chanel’s master perfumer, based on Coco Mademoiselle of 2001 and Coco of 1984. It reportedly matches the Oriental scents that have been long time characterizing Chanel, since the brand’s founding.

For those interested in its composition, we’ve heard that Coco Noir includes essences of white musk, grapefruit, orange, geranium, patchouli, sandalwood, incense, vanilla, tonka bean, bergamot, jasmine and roses.

The Chanel Coco Noir will be available starting the 17th of August 2012, in select stores and boutiques throughout the world, as well as on Chanel’s main website, for €92 ($114) the 50 ml bottle and €132 ($163) the 100 ml bottle. Girls will love it!

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