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It wouldn't be right to dive into a list of the best-selling Chanel perfumes without paying homage to the one that started it all, Chanel No. 5 Parfum. Created in 1921, the next interpretation of the legendary scent wouldn't come to life until 1986 when Chanel perfumer Jacques Polge created a fuller rendition which would become the Eau de Parfum. Now, there are a total of five interpretations of this iconic perfume.

The originas of the perfume and its creator, however, could no have been more different from all of this. Indeed, part of the complexity of telling Chanel No. 5's history is the great divide between how we think of this iconic perfume and the place where it began. Chanel No. 5 calls to mind all that is rich and lovely. It's surprising to think that it started in a place that was the antithesis of what would later come to define it. The truth is that the fragrance that epitomizes all those worldly pleasures began with miserable impoverishment and amid the most staggering kinds of losses.

Her father, Albert, was an itinerant peddler, and perhaps he simply had no idea how to care for five yound children. Perhaps he didn't particularly care. He had about him a rakish charm and a lifelong knack for dodging responsibility. Whatever the case, in the span of only a few weeks, the young Gabrielle would also lose her second parent. The boys were sent out to work and to make their way in the world as best they could. Albert loaded his three daughters into a wagon without explanation and abandoned them at an orphanage in a rural hillside town in Correze, at a convent abbey known as Aubazine.

Even the individual notes selected for the blend are manipulated in a way that is far from ordinary. The top notes stem from the native Philippines flower, ylang-ylang, whose petals are distilled with steam in order to obtain the purest essential oils to ensure a heady smooth top note. There's notes of Rose Centrifolia (or May Rose), a special flower which only blooms once a year for a period of three weeks in May. It's picked from the only place in the world where it was grown during the 20th century, Grasse on the French Riviera, adding to the rarity and enchanting nature of the note. Then there's jasmine. An ingredient that Gabrielle herself coined the most luxurious natural perfume raw material in the world. The unique note takes on a different tone depending on its environment, making it pull a little differently on everyone woman who wears it, once again adding to the addicting and alluring nature of this iconic scent.

Therefore, I was in a debate with myself about which is my best-looking bottle design of all time, and that prize goes without any doubt to Chanel No 5. In my opinion, the No. 5 bottle style will easily endure through the 21st century.

Still looking for the perfect Chanel perfume to suit your body chemistry like a glove You might be interested in our overview of the best Chanel perfumes or some of their more recent fragrances like Coco Mademoiselle or Chanel Chance.

While France was not the first country to start manufacturing perfume, French perfume brands are regarded as some of the best in the world. Since antiquity, people have made, bought, and worn perfume. In France, perfume became popular during the Renaissance when Catherine de Medicis started to popularize perfume in the French court. The country began making perfumes during the 17th century, dedicating farmlands in Provence to the cultivation of flowers and herbs that would be made into perfumes of all varieties. Today, that same region in the south of France is still making perfumes and growing the ingredients. In this article, we review our favorite French perfume brands, what makes them so special, and perfume shops in Paris where you can find them.

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