Chanel has unveiled a new interpretation of the Chance Eau Tendre fragrance as an Eau de Parfum.

Chance, a floral fragrance with a joyful character, was launched in 2002 – a surprising bottle, full of curves and a name that is almost a perfect anagram of Chanel, a tribute to the long history between the house and Chance.

“Chance is a way of being,” said Gabrielle Chanel, who believed in her lucky star as much as she cultivated it. With confidence and determination, Mademoiselle seized this chance throughout her whole life. Attentive to all the signs that marked her path,a woman who loved chance encounters and the unexpected, she smiled at fortune and fortune smiled on her in return.

Chance is available in four variations – four women’s fragrances with distinct personalities, but reunited by this same lighthearted, bright and joyful spirit. Wielding an instant and irresistible charm, jasmine is the signature that runs through the Chance fragrances. Because each day offers a new chance for the taking, the Chance line offers women fragrances to wear each day like genuine lucky charms.

With Chance Eau Tendre Eau de Parfum, perfumer-creator Olivier Polge, in cooperation with the Chanel Laboratory of Fragrance Creation and Development, reinterprets the floral-fruity signature.

More intense, more enveloping, this version expresses a radiant and confident femininity. Its floral heart accentuates the fullness of exotic jasmine absolute, enriched with an essence of rose that shines a soft light at the centre of the composition.

More feminine than ever, this floral equation is draped in just the right dose of smooth and creamy white musk notes to create a clean, cottony effect.

Immediately illuminated by the tangy whirl of the grapefruit-quince accord, Chance Eau Tendre Eau de Parfum brings a feeling of absolute tenderness. Delicate and profoundly poetic, this new composition evokes a woman whose joy and inner glow gives her instant charm.

For the occasion, the round bottle with a gold neck takes on a silvery hue for the die-shaped cap.

Chanel is locally distributed by Alfred Gera & Sons Ltd.


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