Coco Mademoiselle

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Coco Mademoiselle
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Fragrance by Jacques Polge
PredecessorCoco (1984)

Coco Mademoiselle is a women's perfume in the Chanel collection that was introduced in 2001 for younger consumers. The fragrance was created by Jacques Polge, the nose of Chanel from 1978 to 2015.

Coco Mademoiselle le Film[edit]

In 2007, Chanel launched a new advertising film starring its current spokesmodel Keira Knightley as Coco Chanel. The film was directed by the upcoming English BAFTA-winning director Joe Wright, who has also worked with Knightley in his award-winning films Pride & Prejudice (2005) and Atonement (2007). The soul singer Joss Stone re-recorded Nat King Cole's 1965 "L-O-V-E" for the short film.


In 2014, an advertisement directed by Wright was shot in the Cité du Cinéma by Luc Besson with Knightley and Danila Kozlovsky in the lead roles.



Famous spokesmodels for the fragrance have included Kate Moss and Knightley (current).[1]

See also[edit]

  • Coco, the 1984 perfume created by Polge for Chanel


  1. ^ Neate, Rupert (19 June 2008). "Chanel: 'No contract' for Harry Potter's Emma Watson". The Telegraph. London. Retrieved 24 October 2011.