Lily-Rose Depp Chanel No.5 L'Eau

Yoga Hosers actress Lily-Rose Depp, daughter of actor Johnny Depp and model Vanessa Paradis, is the face of Chanel N°5 L'Eau perfume campaign. The young actress is following in her parent's footsteps - Paradis starred in Chanel Coco fragrance ads in 1991 and Depp was the face of Dior Sauvage in 2015. Created by perfumer Olivier Polge, the new L'Eau scent is a lighter version of the classic Chanel No.5 fragrance with a new composition of citrus, rose, jasmine, ylang ylang, cedar, and musk. Launched in September 2016 the new floral perfume is available as an eau de toilette spray (1.2 oz, 1.7 oz, 3.4 oz / $76-$132) at department stores.

Chanel No.5 L'Eau Perfume, Lily-Rose Depp
Celebrity Lily-Rose Depp
Perfume House Chanel
Introduced 2016
Scent Classification Floral
Fragrance Notes Top - lemon, mandarin, orange
Heart - rose, jasmine, ylang ylang
Base - cedar, cottony musk
Perfumer Olivier Polge
Package Designer --
Print Campaign Model - Lily-Rose Depp
Photographer - Karim Sadli
TV Campaign Director - Johan Renck

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Lily-Rose Depp Chanel No.5 L'Eau Editorial Cosmo
Cosmopolitan - Dec 2016

Message In a Bottle
Fragrance seems like the perfect gift... until you start sniffing and second guessing what your besties want to smell like. Another way to pick: Let the special story behind each of these scents inspire your choice.

For The PARISAN AT HEART - Chanel No.5 L'Eau, $132;
Tres Chic - Chanel No. 5 may be the most iconic fragrance in the world, but one detail flies below the radar: The cap's shape mirrors the Place Vendome. (This citrus version - the fifth No.5 - is the lightest.)

(Matlin, J. "Message In a Bottle." Cosmopolitan Dec. 2016: 152-155)

Lily-Rose Depp Chanel No.5 L'Eau Article
Harper's Bazaar - Nov 2016

Find the Perfect Scent
Discover your new favorites with our personal style guide

Modern & Chic - Women who appreciate menswear details married with unexpected proportions and strong silhouettes should explore fragrances in what perfumer Ilias Ermenidis calls the "blurred lines" category. "I could wear them, my wife could wear them - they are more rogue and abstract," he says. They're fresh and clean yet not overly masculine as in a sporty cologne. And they typically share lush ingredients; orange blossom, violet leaf, and lily appear frequently. But it's the addition of more unusual essences - edamame, ambergris, basil, blueberry - that makes them interesting and a bit chameleon-like. "You can get the impression of something oceanic, citrusy, or herbal," adds [perfumer David Seth] Moltz.

CHANEL No. 5 L'Eau, $132,

("Find the Perfect Scent." Harper's Bazaar Nov. 2016: 212-216)

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