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She wanted it to be jewel-like yet simple and in line with the classic bottles of the house.

The square bottle is colored in a soft golden shade that transmits the light, as a symbol of the sunny character of the fragrance. At first spray it was nice with all the notes performing well. Gabrielle is an exquisite fragrance but Chanel should work on its longevity and package design.

If I spray this on at 9 in the morning, I can still smell it after 5. My Chloe EDP is easily 12 hours, so Gabrielle won't win the longevity contest against perfumes like that, but it's still a good performance. Well Chanel just copied the fragrance idea when somebody thought of it first anyway. Little sour citrus opening, then settles into a paperlike smell with no distinctive dry down.

Polge used steam distillation to the tuberose which ruined the flower. I made my own version of it and its better compared to Gabrielle.

I have certain perfumes in my collection that I only wear either in warm weather or cold weather, but this one is transcendent.

My husband, who is not a fan of floral perfumes in general, actually compliments this one when I wear it.

"Olivier Polge crafted this Eau de Parfum as an imaginary flower — a radiant and sparkling, purely feminine Chanel blossom based on a bouquet of four white flowers: a rich, enveloping heart of exotic Jasmine shimmers with the fruity green notes of Ylang-Ylang, while fresh and sparkling Orange Blossom shines through, offering a glimpse of Grasse Tuberose captured at its finest.

Four points of light that recall the four corners of the bottle." Top notes: mandarin, grapefruit, black currant Heart: tuberose, ylang-ylang, jasmine, orange blossom Base: sandalwood, musk The new bottle and packaging, which took five years to be made, are designed by Sylvie Legastelois, head of packaging and graphic design creation.

A modern 21st century scent with a reminiscence of the era Coco Chanel was a young woman and was then called Gabrielle.

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