“I do not create fashionable fragrances, I create fragrances for an era.” Made in France.
Jacques Polge – Creator of Coco
A fine perfume should not attempt to ride the wave of one olfactory trend. It should represent diversity and contradiction to create a truly transcendent scent.
Coco is a perfume of contrasts and seeming contradictions, just like the fashion label itself. At once simple and elegant, yet also incredibly exotic and extravagant, the fragrance embodies the clean lines of Chanel as well as its baroque elegance.
The perfume opens with citrusy top notes of Tunisian orange blossom and Sicilian mandarin, to reveal a rose, mimosa and Oriental jasmine heart, with an entwined aroma of ylang-ylang. And like all fine perfumes it is thoroughly grounded, with base notes of Indonesian patchouli.
No woman can be encapsulated in one idea, one trend or one aroma. Every woman deserves to celebrate contradiction and mystery.
Every woman deserves Coco.