The fragrances of Chanel are still the most popular brands in Australia, and the company is continuing to thrive despite a number of scandals and investigations into its business practices.

The company, which also makes perfume and cosmetics, was one of the first big names in the perfume industry to be taken over by a rival after the collapse of the luxury goods chain Louis Vuitton in 1997.

Chanel has been plagued with controversy in recent years, with reports of women using the perfume as a way to conceal their breasts and other body parts, and women complaining that the brand has been forced to stop offering products that contain the chemical bisphenol-A (BPA).

While the company has since responded to criticism by releasing a number different perfume styles and adding an additional line of fragrance oils, the controversy surrounding the brand’s practices continues to haunt it.

Chanels products are sold through a range of online stores and at retail outlets, and its perfume has a huge reach in the global perfume market, with about 15 million women choosing to buy it each year.

Its popularity is driven in part by the high popularity of its brand, which has been the top-selling fragrance brand in the world for a number and a half years now.

ChanEL has made a lot of changes to its brand over the years, but some of the changes are quite subtle.

The brand’s iconic colours, including the yellow, green and blue, have been changed to more muted colours, and Chanel has also replaced its iconic red and black packaging with a more contemporary, contemporary, floral design.

The changes are designed to help appeal to younger generations, according to Chanel, and it has even introduced a new brand colour, which is yellow and green.

However, it is not all about the colours.

For Chanel to remain as a big brand, it needs to attract women and young women.

The perfume is marketed to women between the ages of 25 and 34, and in the past, the brand was marketed to this demographic in the hope that the fragrance would attract more women to the brand.

But the brand now says that the majority of its female customers are between the age of 25 to 34, while more and more women are opting for Chanel’s alternative fragrains.

As well as the perfume, Chanel also sells cosmetics, but its main focus is cosmetics.

Chanelled in Sydney’s CBD, ChanEL is owned by the Swiss-based Swiss company, Chanels Cosmetics and is headquartered in Switzerland.

It is not the first time Chanel Cosmetics has been embroiled in scandal.

Last year, ChanELS cosmetics scandal was brought to the attention of consumers by a video that showed women in the company’s offices with fake makeup being made to look like Chanel products.

This led to criticism from the women who had bought the products, and a petition to the Australian Federal Government calling for the company to be forced to recall the products was launched.

ChanELS Cosmetics had been criticised for the fact that the products were not made to be made up, but the company says it did not know of the deception.

In a statement to the ABC, Chaneling Cosmetics said it would not comment on the matter, but said it had a zero tolerance policy towards any fraudulent behaviour in its supply chain.

Chanelling has also been criticised by consumer groups, including women’s groups, for the way it marketed its new fragrance, as well as for the lack of transparency surrounding its products.

It has also faced criticism from other brands, including Chanel.

The Australian Consumer Action Group (ACAG) has accused Chanel of not being transparent about how its products were manufactured and of not offering the same level of detail about their ingredients as the cosmetics industry.

The group also said the brand had failed to provide women with a full range of products, despite its advertising of new products every day.

“There are still no clear answers to the most important question about Chanel: How many women are using Chanel fragrance?

The answer is not clear,” said ACAG chief executive Mary Kay Martin.”

Women are still buying Chanel and not knowing what their skin is made of, what their fragrance is, and what their ingredients are,” she said.”

It’s very frustrating and the consumers have a right to know that there are no answers to these questions.”

In the meantime, the backlash continues to grow for the brand, with more and an increasing number of women accusing Chanel brands of shoddy manufacturing and unfair competition, and of selling products that are not made in Australia.

A recent survey by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) showed that one in three women surveyed said they did not like the smell of Chanels products, with one in five saying they disliked it too much.

It comes after another report in May, which found that women were more likely to be dissatisfied with the quality of Chanellos products than men.

According to the survey, the main reasons women did