"Olivier Polge crafted this Eau de Parfum as an imaginary flower — a radiant and sparkling, purely feminine Chanel blossom based on a bouquet of four white flowers: a rich, enveloping heart of exotic Jasmine shimmers with the fruity green notes of Ylang-Ylang, while fresh and sparkling Orange Blossom shines through, offering a glimpse of Grasse Tuberose captured at its finest. Love it and get a fuzzy relaxed feeling in my heart.Four points of light that recall the four corners of the bottle." Top notes: mandarin, grapefruit, black currant Heart: tuberose, ylang-ylang, jasmine, orange blossom Base: sandalwood, musk The new bottle and packaging, which took five years to be made, are designed by Sylvie Legastelois, head of packaging and graphic design creation. And I don't see why I should be ashamed of that - I enjoy Gabrielle and it makes me want to see what else is offered by Chanel and explore more. In fact, it is hard to find a person who would really hate this safe floral - except for those who already had some expectiations about Chanel, or maybe those who hate white florals. And the more I sniff it, the more I consider buying it.
I wish I could write a more creative review for this one but it really inspires nothing.
This fragrance is "citrusy" (orange blossom) in a mild way.
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I feel that Chanel is beginning to feel like that old saying: same same, but different. What I sense is Chanel No5 with a wonderful orange blossom, but still very unique. Fizzy orange and orange blossom in the opening change facets like kaleidoscope. Middle notes are white flowers and the leading note is jasmine. And finally woody magic base composed of sandalwood and musk.