Dana Classics – Chantilly: Revealing The Mystery of Woman
You know how lingerie can really perk up your self-esteem? Did you ever believe a perfume could do the same? You
clearly haven't experienced Dana Classics Chantilly; a delicious affair of French lace and florals, that is likened by it's
attitude to “spray-on lingerie”. Who knew that perfume could be this seductive?
Dana Classics acquisition of Houbigant's French lace fragrance in the mid 1990's, heralded the rebirth of a time-defiant
fragrance, with more than just a hint of sensual appeal. Her modern contemporaries rarely pull off the kind of suave
sophistication, that for so long has charmed lovers of essentially feminine oriental fragrances, simply because they lack
the skilled note composition of Chantilly.
A Definitive Oriental
By definition, Chantilly is characterized as a 'chypre-oriental'; a heterogeneous combination of prominent woody base
notes, subtle floral accents, and a clean-cut citrus zest. The classic 'chypre' is usually quite masculine; the warmth of
sandalwoods and vetiver usually combined to create a musky, yet rich base for the addition of more adventurous heart
notes. Chantilly more than plays up to these characteristics, thanks to the heady blend of oakmoss and sandalwood –
both of which give the accord far more depth than one would acknowledge from the lace-inspired, pink packaging.
Faithful To The Original Classic
Life-long wearers of Chantilly have been charmingly surprised at the fact Chantilly's composition still remains true to the
vintage original. Many fragrances adopted by new perfume houses are often subject to reformulation, and more than a
little re-branding to bring them up-to-date with modern tastes. But then Dana Classics are no 'newbie' company when it
comes to perfumery. In fact; one of the very first perfumes to be conceived by the House of Dana pre-dates Chantilly by
a decade, and was created at the hands of one of France's greatest perfumers – Jean Carles. If this is not indicative
enough of Dana's fascinating commitment to quality and creativity; the timeless appeal of their fragrances should more
than demonstrate the commitment of the company, to sticking with original ideas and concepts. Their acquisition and
continuation of classic Chantilly, further emphasizes their keenness to keep old favorites alive, for the sake of legacy and
With a time-tested oriental composition, Chantilly really sets itself apart from others within the fragrance family, thanks
to the creamy top notes of orange blossom and jasmine, coupled with a distinctly leathery base. Many of her fans
describe Chantilly's core to be a careful layering of smoky and woody flavors, breathing connotations of fresh tobacco,
forests and countryside. It's is these luxurious base notes which have led to Chantilly being tagged a seductive fragrance
– those essentially spicy elements often luring a person closer, for just a whisper of the scent.
Chantilly's gloriously feminine aesthetics hark back to days of innocence and girlishness, a far cry from the true attitude
of this scent which embodies the true dynamism and spirit of a woman. But then that' reflects Chantilly to the core. Coy
and demure from the outset, gradually revealing that mysterious inner charm, as a real oriental fragrance should!
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