Chanel Allure Homme is created in 1999. The composition is created of four main fragrant lines: green freshness, warm sharpness of pepper, strength and elegance of wood, and warm sensuality of labdanum, and tonka. None of these main lines can be sensed separately, together they create a harmonious whole.
Coco Mademoiselle by Chanel is a Chypre Floral fragrance for women. Coco Mademoiselle was launched in 2001.
Jacques Polge grew up near Avignon, France, where he says he was inspired as a child by the scent of air in the surroundings of Grasse, which was redolent with the scent of jasmine. After university, Jacques Polge began a traditional apprenticeship in Grasse under the guidance of Jean Carles.
Egoïste is a very conservative masculine fragrance composed of spice, wood and vanilla notes. The notes include Bulgarian rose, carnation and warm cinnamon in its heart, rosewood, lavender, musk and coriander.
Égoïste (1990) – Originally launched as a limited edition scent under the name "Bois Noir"' in 1987, the fragrance was eventually relaunched to the general perfume market under the present name. Égoïste is the favourite perfume work of Jacques Polge of his own creation 
Allure Homme (1999)
Allure Homme Sport
Allure Homme Sport Cologne
Allure Homme Sport Extreme
Allure Homme Edition Blanche
Coco Mademoiselle (2001) – winner of FiFi Award for Best National Advertising Campaign / TV in 2008