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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Une Fleur de Chanel c1998

Une Fleur de Chanel: created in 1998 by Jacques Polge. Originally released as a limited edition to coincide with the Chelsea Flower Show.

Fragrance Composition:

So what does it smell like? A light, crisp, floral feminine eau de toilette fragrance for women.

  • Top notes: geranium, camellia
  • Middle notes: rose, jasmine, lily of the valley
  • Base notes: fresh green accords

Mirabella, 1997:
"The swing back to floral started with fashion," says Jean Zimmerman, senior vice-president of marketing and sales for Chanel, which in May will launch Une Fleur de Chanel, a limited-edition scent based on its signature bloom, the camellia."

Le Point, 1998:
"CHANEL éphémère Chanel fête le camélia, fleur emblématique de Mademoiselle, et vous offre son essence dans une wu de toilette exclusive : "Une Fleur de Chanel".

Today's Black Woman, 1998:
"Une Fleur de Chanel, from Chanel, is an eau de toilette capturing the essence of the camellia. It is a fresh floral with jasmine and green notes such as lily of the valley and fruity notes of geranium essence and rose."

Los Angeles Magazine, 1999:
"We also like Lolita Lempicka, Tocca fragrances, the limited edition Une Fleur de Chanel with jasmine and green notes."

Fate of the Fragrance:


Re-released in 2005, again as a limited edition and discontinued.

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