Chloé (1975) (Eau de Toilette) - Chloé

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Original Information
Revision by Ninina - 5 years ago
Perfume Name Chloé (1975) (Eau de Toilette) Brand Chloé
Gender Female Year of Release 1975
AvailabilityDiscontinued Limited EditionNo
Perfumer Betty Busse, IFF (International Flavors & Fragrances) Parent company
Fragrance Notes
Top NotesAldehyde, Bergamotte, Flieder, Geißblatt, Hyazinthe, Kokosnuss, Orangenblüte, Pfirsich, Ylang-Ylang
Heart NotesGartennelke, Iriswurzel, Jasmin, Narzisse, Rose, Tuberose
Base NotesAmber, Benzoe, Eichenmoos, Moschus, Sandelholz, Zeder
Bottle Designer
Bottle Designer Joe Messina
Interesting Facts
Interesting Facts (German) Ursprünglich wurde der Duft in Zusammenarbeit mit Karl Lagerfeld, dem damaligen Chef-Designer bei Chloé, auf den Markt gebracht. Es wurde zunächst auch als Teil der Lagerfeld Duftkollektion vermarktet und wurde später in Chloés eigene Duftkollektion übernommen.
Interesting Facts (English) Originally, the fragrance was launched in collaboration with Karl Lagerfeld, who was chief designer at Chloé back then. It was initially marketed as part of the Lagerfeld fragrance collection and was later adopted in Chloé's own fragrance collection.
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Proposed Amendments (6)
Franfan20Franfan20 5 years ago
Brand: Chloé Chloé
NininaNinina 5 years ago
Brand: Chloé Karl Lagerfeld
Franfan20Franfan20 5 years ago
: Ursprünglich wurde der Duft in Zusammenarbeit mit Karl Lagerfeld, dem damaligen Chef-Designer bei Chloé, auf den Markt gebracht. Es wurde zunächst auch als Teil der Lagerfeld Duftkollektion vermarktet und wurde später in Chloés eigene Duftkollektion übernommen.
Franfan20Franfan20 5 years ago
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NininaNinina 5 years ago
: Das Parfum wurde doch 1975 von Karl Lagerfeld herausgebracht, nicht von Chloé.
Franfan20Franfan20 5 years ago
Interesting Facts (English): Originally, the fragrance was launched in collaboration with Karl Lagerfeld, who was chief designer at Chloé back then. It was initially marketed as part of the Lagerfeld fragrance collection and was later adopted in Chloé's own fragrance collection.

CincyCincy - 5 years ago
In 2005, COTY acquired the Chloé fragrance license. More info
Franfan20Franfan20 - 5 years ago
Yeah, especially since this was the first perfume of Lagerfeld as well. I guess him being the chief designer at the time was some sort of push for the scent to be recognised since Chloé alone might have not been too popular just yet(?). But they must have kept it to themselves after Lagerfeld departed, otherwise the boxes with Parfums Chloé wouldn't make sense. Again, I'm wishing for my tags ;)
CincyCincy - 5 years ago
The more I read it looks as though it was his name KL that was used for marketing. Interesting.