Chanel No. 19 Poudre Perfume

Chanel No. 19 Poudre - eau de parfum for women

Chanel No. 19 Poudré by Chanel - "This luminous re-imagining of Coco Chanel's signature scent - named N°19 in honor of her birthdate, August 19, 1883 - reveals a bold fragrance with a daring combination of crisp green notes and powdery iris."

Perfume House   Chanel
Introduced Fall 2011
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Scent Classification Floral Green
Perfumer Jacques Polge
Fragrance Notes Neroli, Galbanum, Jasmine, Iris, White Musk, Vetiver, Tonka Bean
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Available Products Chanel N°19 Poudré - Eau de Parfum 1.7oz ($85), 3.4oz ($115)

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Marie Claire Magazine - May 2012
Chanel No19 Poudre Perfume

Beauty Awards - Prix d'Excellence de la Beaute 2012
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Best Fragrances
Chanel No. 19 Poudre Eau de Parfum, $115.

Why We Love It
If it was good enough for Coco, it's good enough for us: A new take on the classic rose, iris, and green blend created in 1971 by perfumer Henri Robert for the style icon herself.

Perfumes referenced in article:
Burberry Body
Prada Candy

(Dupre, Isabel. "2012 Beauty Awards." Marie Claire May 2012: 132)

Chanel No. 19 Poudre Perfume
Cosmopolitan Magazine - Dec. 2011
Chanel No19 Poudre Perfume

Snag the season's best-smelling spritzes for your own stash, or gift them to those who helped make your year amazing.
Subtle but Sexy - Spray on this soft, delicate scent and watch him cozy up for more. Chanel No19 Poudre, $115.
("Beauty Loot." Cosmopolitan Dec. 2011: 94.)

Chanel No 19 Poudre Perfume
Vanity Fair Magazine - Nov. 2011
Chanel No. 19 Poudre Perfume

Chanel's New Twist - Paris's star couturière translated her avant-garde fashion sense into a famously fragrant form after introducing the world to Chanel No. 5, in 1921. Nearly half a century after launching that incredible scent, Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel, at age 87, dared to design what became the final addition to her redolent repertoire -- Chanel No. 19, named for her birthday, August 19. This month, Chanel unveils its re-interpretation of No. 19, which was created by Jacques Polge, the house's renowed "nose." While retaining the original's powdery iris and crisp, green notes, No. 19 Poudré has subtle supplements of mandarin orange, jasmine absolute, white musk, and tonka bean. This modern take on Chanel's parting perfume re-awakens the joie de vivre of the woman who wore it best. (
(Estes, Lenora Jane. "FanFair: Beauty." Vanity Fair Nov. 2011: 116.)

Chanel No 19 Poudre Perfume
Allure Magazine - Oct. 2011
Chanel No. 19 Poudre Perfume

Warm Iris - There is a trend toward skin fragrances right now -- things that are soothing and comfortable. Chanel No. 19 Poudré is a good example of that. It's a soft, musky iris with a bit of vanilla, and it feels cozy and initimate. It's like a current version of Guerlain's Après L'Ondée, which is one of the great fragrance masterpieces.
(Malle, Frederic. "The Fragrance Guy: Fall's Top Notes." Allure Oct. 2011: 124.)

Scents of Style - Modern Like Chanel: This medley of iris, mandarin, and jasmine complements your most major outfits. Think bold, unexpected shaoes in sophisticated black. Try: Chanel No. 19 Poudre Eau de Parfum, $80 for 1.7 oz.,
(Gray, Meredith. "Beauty: Scents of Style." Seventeen Sept. 2011: 136.)

Crisp Creation - So green, it could smell grasslike if not for the delicate scent of powdery iris. Chanel No. 19 Poudre eau de parfum, $115/3.4 oz.; at Saks Fifth Avenue.
("Beauty, Fragrance: Waiting to Inhale." InStyle Sept. 2011: 436.)

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