Created by Houbigant in 1941 and referred to as the “Rosie the Riveter” fragrance, Chantilly is the first American perfume created for women working for the war effort. It gained popularity among women who manned the assembly lines during WW2. Women spritzed themselves with Chantilly at night to feel more feminine. A classic scent of romance and mystery, Chantilly is sensual yet soft, like exquisite French lace.
Chypre Oriental—fruity notes, bergamot, neroli, citruses, spicy notes, cloves, jasmine, ylang-ylang, rose, orange blossom, leather, tonka bean, musk, benzoin, oakmoss, vanilla and sandalwood.