The intensity and depth of the Damascena rose, already present in the original fragrance, is increased and combined with an absolute of Centifolia rose from Grasse. While vanilla absolute unfurls its round, velvety facets, a touch of patchouli adds character. The Chloé signature is more captivating than ever.
Chloé is a French fashion house founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion. Its headquarters is in Paris.
Prior to Chloé's launch, luxury fashion houses had only ever produced Haute Couture clothing. This was fine for the few who could afford it, but it left everyone else in frequently poorly-made copies, supplied by the local seamstress.
Chloé's creator, Gaby Aghion, rejecting the stiff formality of 1950s fashion, and sensing a gap in the market, so decided to create a line of off the rack, high quality, soft, body conscious clothes from fine fabrics, which she called 'luxury prêt-à-porter' and thus, the Prêt-à-Porter (Ready-To-Wear) market we know today, was born.