Abrams Books CHANEL: The Art of Creating Fragrance

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Abrams Books

CHANEL: The Art of Creating Fragrance

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Created in 1921, the beloved Chanel No. 5 fragrance is made from the most aromatic flowers in the Pégomas Valley. Written by perfume expert Lionel Paillès, this boxed set profiles the five main blooms used in both the house's signature scent and all the famed label's perfumes.

  • Boxed set includes six titles: Grasse Iris, Grasse Jasmine, May Rose, Pégomas, Rose Geranium, Tuberose.
  • By Lionel Paillès.
  • Photographs by Pierre Even.
  • Published by Harry N. Abrams; Box edition. (November 15, 2016.)
  • Hardcovers with jackets.
  • 316 pages total. 111 color photographs.
  • Books: 8.00" length x 0.50" width x 9.00" height each. Boxed set: 8.50" length x 3.75" width x 9.75" height. (Approximately.)
  • ISBN: 9781419719387.
Style #504771164

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