A Masterpiece Of Olfactory Art

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Chanel No. 5: a masterpiece of olfactory art
It has been over a century since Mademoiselle Chanel, determined to reform the concept of femininity as much in style as in the essence, commissioned at the chemist Ernest Beaux what will become the symbol of the international perfumery. Chanel No. 5 is unquestionably the most legendary ever made fragrance, described as an opera of olfactory art. Independent, unconventional, and provocative Coco Chanel transformed her unfamiliar name in an obligatory reference point for fashion design of the twentieth. Icon of female strength, she translates the complexity and elegance that characterize the woman, with the creation of what would become the scent par excellence. Her way of conceiving the perfume is peculiar. When asked where to put the perfume she replies: " A woman should wear a fragrance wherever she expects to be kissed" (A Woman). Coco also launches what turned out according to the instructions of the designer had to embody a concept of femininity timeless, unique and fascinating. The avant-garde idea of Chanel breaks every scheme imagining her fragrance for a modern and independent woman, far from the stereotype that envisages she should perfume of roses. Hence, Chanel No. 5 is the first perfume that rejects the convention and symbolizes the technological and cultural innovation, furthermore, the women 's empowerment.
Chanel No. 5 is a concentrated of absolute femininity that shook the world of fragrances forever with an

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