Beneath the azure blue sky of Roquebrune, Mademoiselle Chanel's villa towered above the smooth Mediterranean waters, surrounded by lavender. The blue of the earth, the air and the sea. A play of textures illustrated by the precious iris pallida, whose delicate and powdery nuances reveal a radiant accord.
In 1928, Mademoiselle Chanel had a villa built above Roquebrune, overlooking the smooth Mediterranean waters. Designed and decorated by Gabrielle herself, it was filled with references to the architecture of the Aubazine abbey, an orphanage where she spent her childhood. She called the house La Pausa. Mademoiselle made frequent trips there with her friends.
LA PAUSA is a contrasting fragrance that explores the delicate and powdery nuances of the precious iris pallida, heightened with pink pepper and vetiver. A radiant accord.