A trip to the coast with 'Les Eaux de Chanel'

The Rue Cambon luxury house presents "Les Eaux de Chanel," three fragrances that offer the spontaneous freedom of a trip to the coast. Spotlighting the charms of Biarritz, Deauville and Venice, Chanel celebrates the olfactory joys of a refreshing seaside break.
"Les Eaux de Chanel" collection - Chanel

French perfumer Olivier Polge took charge of the development of the three new fragrances, which pay homage to three destinations much-loved by the French house's founder, Gabrielle Chanel.

The first destination in the collection "Paris-Deauville," which draws its inspiration from the Normandy coast, combines zesty notes of orange and petit-grain with basil, rose oil, jasmine and patchouli.

Next stop the Basque Country with the bracing Atlantic signature of "Paris-Biarritz," which brings together scents of grapefruit and mandarin, complemented by notes of lily of the valley, vetiver and white musks.

The final journey in the collection, "Paris-Venise" is inspired by the splendor of the Orient. The fragrance combines citrus fruit and red berries with scents of iris, geranium rosat, cedar wood, and amber.

"Les Eaux de Chanel," which will be presented in the generous format of 125 ml (€112), will go on sale from June 4 in Chanel Fashion and Beauty stores, and online.

The fragrances will also be available from Galeries Lafayette Haussmann (in Paris) from June 4 to July 15.

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