If World War Z’s insertion into my highly detailed and potentially prophetic dreams is any indication, there will be a zombie apocalypse in the near future. In it, Zach Galifianakis and I will fall in love, we will be stuck in a supermarket for a great deal of the situation and my ability to drift cars away from close calls will be innate. But most importantly: I will smell delightful and will help the entire town smell delightful. More
Topic: Chanel No 5
“Chanel No 5 has never done any harm to anyone. It is the death of perfume if this continues.” More
“Finally, you cross it…the border. You’re at Taco Bell.” More
In one of the most interesting marketing moves, Chanel has decided to have a man as the new face of their iconic No. 5. More
Anyone who regards themselves as the end all, be all owns a bottle of No. 5. More
Well this is weird. More
In case there were some people on Earth who hadn’t heard of Chanel No. 5, the iconic fragrance is going to be featured during the month of January in a giant ad on the front of the Musee d’Orsay in Paris. More
Anna Wintour has her sunglasses. Jean Paul Gaultier has his striped shirts. Karl Lagerfeld has his robot form. Dumbo has a magical feather that he believes makes him fly.
I have a special spoon I like to use to eat soup, because it is the perfect size.
This list is going to get less and less glamorous as it goes on. More
As opposed to just a canister of AXE and burying her face in a dirty sock. You know. Like the rest of us. I guess Taylor Swift’s ex-boyfriends smell like gardenias? Bully for her. More
It’s like Chanel no. 5, if Chanel no. 5 were almost impossible for non-Icelandic people to pronounce! More
I was thirteen when I first read that Marilyn Monroe only wore Chanel No. 5 to bed – nothing else. I immediately added the perfume to my Christmas list, and when I unwrapped it on Christmas Day, I was fairly disappointed. It smelled musky and pungent, it smelled dated… and after several more sniffs, it smelled like my Grammy. More