The creation and launch of ‘Coco Chanel’ was a historic moment for Chanel. Launched in 1984 it was the first perfume, marketing to women, created by the house since Gabrielle (Coco) Chanel’s death in 1971.
A collection of writings and resources on the relationship between odour and sexuality – and the way that the perfume industry uses these in chemistry and marketing. Sex / Pheromones Freud Freud had huge issues
Part 1 of a history of the most popular and controversial perfume in the world Chanel No 5. Gabriel (Coco) Chanel commissioned the perfumer/chemist Ernest Beaux to create something that smelt like being freshly washed.