Since its inception in 1921, Chanel No. 5 has sourced flowers from the picturesque Pegomas Valley between the Alps and the Mediterranean. This six-volume collection unveils the artisanal techniques behind the world's most coveted perfumes, focusing on each of the five main flowers—centifolia rose, iris, jasmine, geranium, and tuberose—used in Chanel creations. The final volume profiles the creators and details the intricate process, offering a captivating glimpse into Chanel's rich heritage and the art of perfume-making.
Chanel: The Art of Creating Fragrance: Flowers of the French Riviera
29,5 cm x 24,5 cm