The word Chanel almost instantly rhymes in your mind with style and refinement and the perfumes of the fashion house established in 1910 by Gabrielle (Coco) Chanel are no different. Allure Eau de Parfum is a reinterpretation of the original Allure from 1996 (available as Eau de Toilette) and represents an oriental vanilla fragrance introduced in 1999 and designed by the in house perfumer of Chanel, Jacques Polge. As described in the official website, this is a fragrance that is “clean and sheer, warm and sexy. Difficult to define; impossible to resist. An elegant, luxurious spray closest in strength and character to the parfum form.”
Allure Eau de Parfum is a classic that deserves its name, because the perfume is very alluring. The notes include bergamot, mandarin orange, peach, cedar, vanilla, orange blossom, magnolia, peony, jasmine, rose, lotus, vetiver. This structure is not built on the usual pyramid, but, according to Chanel it is “Multi Faceted” and “cut like a diamond with 6 facets which overlap, with no single note dominating”. However, vanilla, together with jasmine and peach is mostly detected, hence its pleasant olfactory character. It is a fragrance for a woman with style that represents a delight for your olfactory senses. In my opinion, Allure Eau de Parfum is one of the best perfumes from Chanel, together with Coco.
The bottle is designed with the intention to evoke the fashion tradition from the Chanel house. The name of the perfume, Allure, is written with large characters and in golden colors, carefully complemented by the transparent glass bottle that reveals a liquid with a pink color.
Allure Eau de Parfum is available in 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum Spray and accompanying products in the range, such as: 150 g Bath Soap, 200 ml Body Lotion and 200 g Body Cream. It has an above average lasting power (more than 10 hours) and excellent sillage, being that type of perfume that makes you noticeable. The fragrance is ideal for all seasons and special occasions.