Chanel N°5 L’eau – You Know Me and You Don’t

CHANEL N°5 L’EAU Eau de Parfum

Pure and sophisticated. Timeless and audacious. Mysterious and iconic. CHANEL N°5 L’EAU Eau de Parfum.

N°5 L’EAU is the N°5 of today. A vibrant abstract floral under the banner of modernity, with freshness at its core. N°5 L’EAU, a praise of simplicity. N°5 L’EAU, the obvious choice. Its minimalist packaging has the iconic silhouette of the fragrance embossed on the cardboard case. Inside, a second box protects the crystal-clear glass bottle. No component spoils this distinct impression. The supreme simplicity of the bottle further accentuated by the contents, gives free rein to the imagination of the woman who chooses this fragrance for her skin.

Less abstract than its forebears, the composition of N°5 L’EAU radiates citrus like sun-drenched honey. Top notes of lemon, mandarin and orange soar skyward with the aldehydes. Like a second wind, you can hear the rustle of flowers. Rose melds with airy jasmine and a new fraction of ylang-ylang, more modern than ever. Behind this floral whirlwind, vetiver and cedar impart a novel dynamism, softened by white musks notes. Never has N°5 been so natural. So fresh.

Today Olivier Polge, CHANEL Perfumer, has reinvented N°5, demonstrating its flawless and inspiring structure. With the subtle touch of a goldsmith, he dissected the original formula and captured each ingredient to understand its true role. Olivier Polge created a new balance with an ideal dose of freshness, capturing in turn the essence of his generation.

YouKnowMeAndYouDont Chanel N°5 L’eau

N°5. A name and a scent distinct from all others. N°5 L’EAU, a reinvention, the rewriting of a myth and the boldness to transform heritage into a contemporary tale. A new momentum.



The vibrant presence of citrus zests reveals the familiar aromas of lemon, neroli, orange and tangerine revitalised by aldehydes.



Ylang-ylang enhances all the nuances of a bouquet also made of May rose and jasmine from Grasse.



The union of cedar and white musk notes reveal a new, fresh sensitivity.

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