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Chanel presents ’N°5 L’Eau’ fragrance

The French luxury label has unveiled a new version of its iconic N°5 fragrance, offering a fresh, modern take on the original scent. Lily-Rose Depp, a Chanel brand ambassador for several seasons already, has been called upon to front the new fragrance.

N°5 L'EAU is a modern and variation of the N°5 fragrance. - Photo © (...)

N°5 L’EAU is a modern and variation of the N°5 fragrance. - Photo © Chanel

After Ernest Beaux and Jacques Polge, who both previously concocted their own interpretations of Chanel’s emblematic scent, Olivier Polge has created his take on N°5.

However, "N°5 L’Eau" is much more than just another version of this legendary fragrance, as the fashion house explains. "N°5 L’Eau is not a cologne. Nor is it a diluted version of the original fragrance for, at CHANEL, each variation is a genuine olfactory creation. N°5 L’EAU is the N°5 of today. A composition under the banner of modernity, with freshness as its leitmotif. L’EAU, for water is essential. L’EAU, in praise of simplicity."

Olivier Polge, the perfumer behind the new fragrance, has given pride of place to aldehydes, matched with citrus (lemon, mandarin, orange) and a floral bouquet (rose, jasmine, ylangylang). This comes enveloped in the soft aromas of vetiver, cedar and musk.

AFP/Relaxnews

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