Gabrielle: Chanel’s New Fragrance After A Decade And More


Chanel’s perfumes are a once-a-decade products with a mix of the finest blends of everything you can dream of. In Paris last night, a blockbusting fragrance has been maneuvered from over a decade since 2002 to the digital age. If it was food, I would call it sumptuously appetizing.

The launch took place in a disused warehouse-turned-gallery white space. For Gabrielle, this venue was one of Paris’s most contemporary spaces; the Palais de Tokyo.

In attendance was a host of world famous stars including the face of the fragrance, Kristen Stewart, with Pharrell Williams gracing the sounds as the DJ for the evening.

This fragrance was created by Chanel’s in house perfumer, Olivier Polge, his father Jacques who was the creator of the famous ‘Chance’ perfume for Chanel.

Olivier described his new fragrance as ‘abstract floral’. This perfume will get heads turning your way and even have you remembered long after you’re gone.


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