The bottle, in a deep, mysterious shade of blue, contains an intricately composed fragrance with a strong character. The herbal-tree scent of the sandalwood from New Caledonia merges with amber tones of cedar and tonka beans. This is the first parfume for men in the history of CHANEL! The fragrance was created by the very Oliver Polge, whom we had a pleasure to visit at the Chanel flower plantation. You will find the interview with the famous nose of the French fashion house in the new 16 issue of the USTA Magazine.
The first commercial of Bleu de Chanel was directed by Martin Scorsese himself and the actor and model Gaspard Ulliel became the face of the fragrance. He stars as the man of Chanel for the third time, this time in a film directed by Steve McQueen. Watch the new promotional video here:
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