Chanel is a French perfume company founded in 1962 by Henri Lévi-Strauss and is based in Paris.
In 2007, the company made its Paris debut with the release of a perfume called Clément.
The fragrance was initially marketed as a perfume for men, but later expanded to include women.
According to the company, Clémette is made of five essential oils that combine the scent of cinnamon, nutmeg, cinnamon, and clove.
The fragrances also contain natural musks that give the scent its distinct scent.
Chanel’s newest perfume, Chanel Couture, is also available in fragrance-free versions.
This perfume was first released in March 2018.
As of February 2018, Chanels brand name is L’Homme, which was also the name of the Parisian fashion label of the same name.
In February 2018 alone, ChanELS perfume has sold approximately $8.4 million worldwide.