COCO NOIR is the third fragrance named after house founder Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, joiningCoco (1984) and Coco Mademoiselle (2001). Created by Chanel’s master perfumer Jacques Polge.
Chanel has created in Coco Noir what it calls a “nocturnal Baroque” – a celebration of Gabrielle Chanel’s use of black and Venice’s influence on her designs and her life. Chanel spent much time in Venice.
Jacques Polge to represent Coco Chanel’s love of the “dazzle of black and Venice”, it comprises grapefruit and Calabrian bergamot, a heart of rose absolute, rose essence, jasmine absolute, narcissus and rose geranium leaf, and a drydown of Brazilian tonka bean, Venezuelan tonka bean, Indonesian patchouli, New Caledonian sandalwood, bourbon vanilla and white musk frankincense.
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