Around 70s years after it first appeared, the Chanel Sycomore fragrance is back on the shelves of high-end cosmetic stores.
Chanel Sycomore was first mixed by Ernest Beaux for Coco Chanel in the 1930s and was originally described as a ‘woody’ scent with ‘balsamic notes’. it’s now been re-created by perfumer Jacques Polge as part of Chanel’s rare perfume collection, adding a hint of sandalwood, cypress, juniper and pink pepper.
If those descriptions mean absolutely nothing to you, it might be worth nipping to your local store for a blast. A 50ml bottle will cost £140.
Find out more at the Chanel website