Chanel Coco Mademoiselle

Chanel Coco Mademoiselle - perfume for women

Coco Mademoiselle by Chanel - "Sexy, fresh Oriental fragrance recalls the irrepressible spirit of the young Coco Chanel. An elegant, luxurious spray closest in strength and character to the parfum form. Spray lightly on pulse points morning and evening. The classic bottle signifies personal luxury and is a welcome addition to any dressing table." --chanel.com

Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Fragrance

Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Perfume

Chanel Coco Mademoiselle - fragrance info

Perfume House Chanel
Introduced 2001
Perfumer Jacques Polge
Scent Classification Oriental
Fragrance Notes Top -- mandarin orange, orange blossom, bergamot
Heart -- mimosa, jasmine, Turkish rose, ylang ylang
Base -- tonka bean, patchouli, opoponax, vanilla, vetiver, white musk
Package Design Original No.5 bottle with peach label and juice.
Print/TV Campaign Models - Keira Knightley (2007)
Models - Kate Moss (2002)
Available Products Eau de Parfum 1.2oz - 6.8oz / $70 - $200, Parfum 0.25oz, 0.5oz / $115 - $185
Eau de Toilette 1.7oz, 3.4oz / $77 - $97
Parfum Grand Extrait 7.6oz, 30.4oz / $1800 - $4100
Foam Bath, Shower Gel, Body Oil Spray, Body Lotion / $52 - $90
Body Exfoliant, Body Cream, Bath Powder, Bath Soap / $26 - $82

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Chanel Coco Mademoiselle

"Inspired by the irrepressible spirit of the young Coco Chanel, the modern Oriental fragrance entices with an utterly feminine composition, expressing refined sensuality and incredible freshness." --chanel.com (July 2015)

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Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Perfume editorial Allure Readers' Choice Awards
Allure - June 2016
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle

Allure 2016 Readers' Choice Awards
You know that friend who has volume but no frizz and always pulls amazing lipstick out of her bag? Multiply her by a few thousand and that's the magnitude of the beauty savvy you're about to tap into. These are the 81 hair, makeup, and skincare products that Allure readers swear by.

Body - Your desire for perfect skin doesn't end at your collarbones. These scrubs and lotions make every inch bare-able.

("Readers' Choice Awards." Allure June 2016: 79-92)


Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Perfume editorial Beauty Awards
Marie Claire - Oct 2015
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle

Most Wanted Beauty Awards
The results of our 3rd annual reader survey are in - and you were not shy about sharing. Here's what's making your world more gorgeous in 2015...

Celebrity you most want to smell like:
TAYLOR SWIFT Incredible Things Eau de Parfum ($40, kohls.com)

Must have beauty solution @ work: HAND CREAM
AERIN Rose Hand & Body Cream ($40; aerin.com)

Classic fragrance that never gets old:
CHANEL Coco Mademoiselle Eau de Parfum ($122; chanel.com)
This fresh, sexy scent from the house that Coco built squeaked out a win over worthy runners-up Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb and Prada Candy.

(Goldstein, Jennifer. "Most Wanted Beauty Awards." Marie Claire Oct. 2015: 218-225)


Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Allure Readers' Choice Award Winner 2015
Allure - June 2015
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle

Allure 2015 Readers' Choice Awards
The only people who test beauty products with as much passion as Allure editors? Allure readers. These are the 64 hair, makeup, and skin-care discoveries that got your vote this year for best of the best.

Women's Fragrance - Chanel Coco Mademoiselle - Jasmine and rose give this classic its freshness; patchouli brings it depth and sex appeal.

Men's Fragrance - Giorgio Armani Acqua di Gio - Woods (like cedar) blend with flowers (like jasmine) for a scent that's manly without being macho.

Body Scrub - Bath & Body Works Japanese Cherry Blossom Golden Sugar Scrub

Body Lotion - Bath & Body Works Japanese Cherry Blossom Body Lotion

(Siegel, Elizabeth. "Readers' Choice Awards." Allure. June 2015: 74-84)


Coco Mademoiselle Chanel Perfume
Harper's Bazaar - April 2013
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Fragrance

Beauty Diaries
Five stylish women divulge their diet, fitness, hair, and makeup secrets for looking fabulous at every age.

Essie Weingarten
Founder and global creative director of Essie Cosmetics, age 63
A self-proclaimed girly girl, the nail-lacquer legend has a beauty routine that is serious business, with scheduled facials, blowouts, manicures, and pedicures.

BODY -- "I take three hot showers a day with L'Occitane shower gel, then powder my entire body with Johnson's Baby Powder [$3.99]. I get many compliments that I smell good; I think it's the powder mixed with my Chanel Coco Mademoiselle fragrance [$105]."

(Prince, Jessica. "Beauty Diaries." Harper's Bazaar Apr. 2013: 222-230)


Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Perfume
Marie Claire - Sept. 2012
Coco Mademoiselle Chanel Perfume

Worldly Scents
Intrepid fragrance explorer Courtney Dunlop uncovers informs history of how culture informs what smells good to us. ... [A]s culture disctates our shared fragrance vocabulary, in the U.S., change is afoot. With the rise of the Hispanic population (whose tastes, [Francis] Kurkdjian notes, tends to be more aligned with locales like Spain and Italy) and the surge of niche perfume brands coming from Europe, deeper chords are on the upswing. "Woody notes are very trendy right now," says Mary Ellen Lapsansky, vice president of the Fragrance Foundation. Last year, the best-selling women's prestige fragrance in the U.S. was Chanel Coco Mademoiselle, a scent with a somewhat heavy patchouli, vetiver, and musk base. "The world is getting smaller and the door is open to experimenting with different fragrances," continues Lapsansky.

(Dunlop, Courtney. "Wordly Scents." Marie Claire Sept. 2012: 346-348)


Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Perfume
Allure Magazine - Feb. 2012
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Perfume

The New Patchouli
Patchouli brings depth and sex appeal to a fragrance, and it's quite dark. It's also a note that reacts strongly to others you put next to it. ... In Chanel Coco Mademoiselle, it adds a depth that ensures the fragrance isn't just a sweet, pretty-pretty thing.

(Malle, Frederic. "The Fragrance Guy: The New Patchouli." Allure Feb. 2012: 86.)


Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Perfume
Elle Magazine - Nov. 2011
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Perfume

Trail Blazers
The choice between wearing a scent that introduces itself to strangers and one that's detectable only in an embrace is a very personal one.

Strong Statements - The spicy oriental base and floral accord that distinguish Chanel Coco Mademoiselle give it an attention-grabbing sillage.

(Long, April. "Trail Blazers." Elle Nov. 2011: 244-248)


Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Perfume
Allure Magazine - Oct. 2011
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Perfume

Chypre - "Chypre" means Cyprus in French, and it originally referred to the odd mix of scents of the island's vegetation: a bit of citrus, some amber, and a lot of the bitter native moss. People tend to love chypres for their sensual complexity or hate them for their mossy dankness. Newer chypres depart from the mossiness. Chanel Coco Mademoiselle: Another updated chypre, and wildly popular, although purists note that it does promiscuous leaps into fruity, floral, and oriental territory.

(Van Gelder, Lindsy. "All in the Family." Allure Oct. 2011: 263)


Allure Magazine - Feb. 2011
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Editorial

Scented Powder we like: Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Fresh After Bath Powder
(Panych, Sophia. "Outside the Bottle." Allure Feb. 2011: 106.)


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