CHANEL has always entrusted black with an essential role: to highlight a woman. COCO NOIR—an intimate, seductive and intensely brilliant fragrance with luminous notes—celebrates this paradox and incarnates the iconic shade by using a deep black to bring a dazzling femininity to light.
The scent is presented in a distinctive black glass version of The Classic Bottle, designed in 1921 and striking in its simplicity. The chiseled stopper was inspired by the geometry of Paris’s Place Vendôme, which Gabrielle Chanel could gaze at from the balcony of her room at the Ritz.
Since then, CHANEL has practiced the art of baudruchage to seal bottles of Parfum. Performed entirely by hand, the technique consists of placing a fine membrane over the neck of the bottle and holding it in place with 2 rows of pearl-cotton thread. It is then closed with a black wax stamp.
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