When couturier Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel launched her debut perfume No5, in 1921, it changed the whole world of fragrance. Perfumer Ernest Beaux produced a portfolio of samples for Mademoiselle to try – and she chose the fifth proposal. So No5 was born – and has since gone on to become the most recognised name in perfumery, worldwide.
This is an original, Bois des Iles | Chanel No.5, french magazine advertisement from the early 1950's. We have framed and mounted this iconic work in black (wood frame) and white (mount) - so it's all ready for you to hang.
Framed size: 32cm x 39cm.