The Roaring Twenties. Mademoiselle Chanel took jersey, the beautifully raw, supple fabric used to make sailor sweaters, and dressed women in flowing garments that could be worn with natural, effortless elegance. JERSEY evokes the joy of this flight of freedom in a soft and creamy fragrance.
The Roaring Twenties. In an era of jazz and folly, Mademoiselle Chanel dressed women in jersey, the beautifully raw, supple fabric used to make sailor sweaters. She created flowing garments in which to laugh and dance with natural, effortless elegance.
JERSEY combines the softness of lavender with that of Bourbon vanilla in a creamy accord heightened with notes of white musk.