Chanel No 5

An Iconic Scent


Arguably the world’s most famous fragrance, Marilyn Monroe once famously said she wears Chanel No5 and nothing else to bed. In the 1920s, designer Coco Chanel asked the perfumer Ernest Beaux to create a fragrance that reflected her very modern fashion philosophy. Encased in a diamond-cut cabochon-topped bottle inspired by the shape of Place Vendôme in Paris, this timeless, legendary fragrance is the very essence of femininity.