Hi:) I just read a whole artice about the Montreal premiere yesterday here in Montreal. Bit of gossip...apparently the actress refused to wear Chanel for the event (she wore Miu Miu) apparently to make a statement as Chanel used to do to stand out from the rest.. And as a bHere's the linkk if you're interested: http://www.montrealgazette.com/entertainment/movie-guide/Chanel+look+Then+very/2017156/story.htmlThanks for the post:)
I wore Chanel as a teen and a young woman into my 30's. When I smell it on someone else, I am flooded with memories of the years I wore it. I would like to smell it right now for that special rush of memories. Also "Windsong" does the same thing to me!
Ah, I always wanted to wear it well. Alas, it does not suit me...it's just as well since my mother has always worn it. What I have been able to do is collect some incarnations of the iconic bottle. For the past ten years I've been an Annick Goutal girl. (Gardenia & L'eau Hadrien.) Both are perilously close to bottom of bottles. Last week, I was musing on justification for new purchase of above (at least one) & lashing self for selfishness. I think I've sorted that one out (to my advantage:)Thanks for the reminder about the film, Hazel. And to Ms. Lucy for the Montreal link. And to Ima--I just "heard" the Windsong music/refrain from seeing your comment. xoxoSusan
Aaaaaw, how sweet of your dad! What precious memories...
that is some alluring ad.my husband always purchased No 5 for me. we both love it. last time we took a trip however, I tried "Chance" by Chanel and it is lovely too. But nothing beats No 5.
I can't wait to see the movie with Audrey as Coco Chanel :-)
yowsa!I love #5 but had to buy my own. Sigh...
Love this add...xv
Number 5 is my favourite perfume; I have 1 or 2 others including Shalimar but nothing is like Number 5!
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