Sycomore is the latest fragrance to join the Les Exclusifs collection at Chanel. Sycomore is named for a long-discontinued 1930 Chanel fragrance; the new interpretation is by Chanel's house perfume Jacques Polge.
The vetiver-focused fragrance includes notes of sandalwood, cypress, juniper and pink pepper.
Chanel Sycomore is available now at Chanel boutiques in 200 ml Eau de Toilette. (via amabilia) You can read a brief review of Sycomore by Marina at Perfume Smellin' Things. Update: read a review of Chanel Sycomore.
Other recent launches from Chanel: Allure Homme Edition Blanche.
Kenzo has launched its first travel-retail-exclusive fragrance, 7:15 am in Bali. The scent is expected to be the first of a yearly series, each to take on an island theme.
7:15 am in Bali is a fruity floral developed by perfumer Daphné Bugey; the "delicate and and sweet" scent includes notes of vanilla, orchid, jasmine and passion fruit.