Surrounded by obscurity you get lost in a jungle of sounds and parfumes: you can hear them, you can smell them, but you can’t actually see them.
Blindness is capturing you, is trapping you and you want just escape from it…
Poor thing…it seems so scary!
But, girl, are you sure that you are really threatened? If you want to go away, why are you still here?
Maybe it’s because there is something mysterious that is veiling your senses… and your heart wants to be kept in this limbo for holy sinners…
It’s sweet, isn’t it? It’s hypnotic like hearing an old instrument playing without a player.
So, close your eyes in the obscurity, follow my voice, feel the parfume and let me give you an advice: “The only way to rid of a temptation is to yield to it” and how can you resist to the fascination of Chanel’s Coco Noir darkness?
Our model Sara with the new Chanel Sunglasses 2012 Limited Edition
A falling star fell from your heart and landed in my eyes
I screamed aloud, as it tore through them, and now it’s left me blind …
And in the dark, I can hear your heartbeat
I tried to find the sound
But then it stopped, and I was in the darkness,
So darkness I became…
You left me in the dark
No dawn, no day, I’m always in this twilight
In the shadow of your heart…
I took the stars from our eyes, and then I made a map
And knew that somehow I could find my way back
Then I heard your heart beating, you were in the darkness too
So I stayed in the darkness with you.
Happy September everyone!
I had an extraordinary and coloured summer time wandering aroundSpain,PortugalandItaly. I hope you spent great holidays, too!
Now I am back, girls! with two perfumed questions to ask to each one of you:
1 – How many bottles of fragrance do you have on your dressing table?
2 – How much you love “black”?
Well, If you have few, and if you love it at least a little, then you can’t miss this one. CocoNoir.
I’ve always been fascinated by the word “noir”. But What is Noir? The term was first used by the French in the 18th century to describe the British Gothic novel, but by the 20th century, it had acquired a new meaning and was being used to describe an American creation, the hardboiled thriller. Noir.
Anyway, Noir, it transforms nearly anything it modifies. Try to imagine Hollywood, and then Hollywood Noir; now try with Design and then Design Noir; Wonderland and then Wonderland Noir; Hello Kitty and Hello Kitty Noir …. You see what I mean?
Coco Noir makes me think of something intimate, seductive, intensely brilliant, magnetic and uncompromising.
Coco Noir drives me through late nights, black velvet chiffons, femme fatales sophisticated figures andVenice.
Coco Noir is a great nocturnal Baroque created by Jacques Polge and Christopher Sheldrake.
Even if today is not rainy and windy weather, I’m wearing a total black look. I’m wearing the iconic colour of Chanel, black is indeed chic and beautiful, and its new inspiring fragrance. I feel just luminous!
Ladies, what will you be doing this sunny weekend? Embody your Black Soul, and Smells like Chanel’s spirit!
“Before me, no one would have dared dress in black” Gabrielle Chanel once said. ….