About Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Parfum
Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle eau de parfum was first introduced in 2001 as a women's fragrance, and has since become a huge hit. Created by Jacques Polge, this feminine perfume was followed by an eau de toilette in 2002. The richer composition of the original parfum features an enchanting composition full of additional contrast scents and nuances in 7.5 ml flacons.
The luxurious 'purse' edition of the scent comes in a flacon and is decorated with a special seal on the neck. The scents composition centres around two particular characteristics that Chanel are well known for, May rose and jasmine absolute. This is joined by the aroma of delicate flowers in a fragrantly floral scent, along with just a hint of Florentine iris.
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle's top notes feature waves of Sicilian oranges, Sicilian grapefruit and Calabrian bergamot. This perfume has a floral essence created mainly from pure rose and pure jasmine extracts. A fruity hint of litchi and base notes of Haitian vetiver and Indonesian patchouli are complemented with Bourbon vanilla and white musk to complete this fragrance.
According to Chanel, Coco Mademoiselle parfum is dedicated to strong, courageous, modern women who seek elegance and luxury.
Compared to some other more full-bodied scents, this particular perfume is light and fresh. Perfect for summery days and light dresses. It's also ideal to combine Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Parfum with glittering body gel, for a refreshing yet dazzling and fragrant experience.