CHANEL No.19 POUDRE
A Revisit from the Past
NEW FRAGRANCE INTRODUCTION
On the birthday anniversary of COCO Chanel (August 19, 1883) a remark of the 1971 version of No.19 Poudre was introduced.
CHANEL No. 19 POUDRE comes in the same flanker but this new version gives homage to the iris pallida note. According to reports, No.19 Poudre is a green floral scent that is developed by Chanel house perfumer, Jacques Polge.
The house of CHANEL also launched a film about the making of No.19 Poudre, the remake featuring Christopher Sheldrake, Perfumer/Director of Research Development. Sheldrake mentions in the film that the key to No.19 Poudre is the iris. In this fragrance the iris comes from Florence Italy.
Featured Notes: neroli, galbanum, jasmine, iris, white musk, vetiver and tonka bean.
In the United States a 1.7 fluid ounce is $85.00 and No.19 Poudre launched exclusively at Chanel and Saks Fifth Avenue stores.
PHOTO CREDIT: Courtesy of Chanel