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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Chicane by Jacomo c1971

Chicane by Jacomo: launched in 1971.



Fragrance Composition:


So what does it smell like? It is classified as a floral aldehyde fragrance for women. It begins with an aldehydic top, followed by an elegant floral heart of jasmine and rose from Grasse, resting on a feminine, woody, powdery base of sandalwood and cedar.
  • Top notes: aldehydes, fruity notes, bergamot, lemon
  • Middle notes: rose de mai, Grasse rose, lily of the valley, jasmine, ylang-ylang and carnation
  • Base notes: tea, cedar, Ambrein, leather, oakmoss, vetiver, sandalwood, tonka bean and musk

Bottle:

Presented in a bottle designed by Pierre Dinand in 1970. The bottle was manufactured by Saint Gobain Desjonqueres with plastic components supplied by Mayet.





In 1973, Chicane retailed for $45 for 1 oz of Parfum, $26 for 1/2 oz of Parfum and $14 for 1/4 oz of Parfum. 2 oz of Eau de Toilette Splash was $10, 6 oz of Eau de Toilette Splash was $16 and 4 oz of Eau de Toilette Spray was $14, with a spray refill of $11.


Fate of the Fragrance:


Discontinued, date unknown. It was last for sale in 1987.

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