Immersion in Chanel's flower fields in the Tuileries Garden.
An emblematic French haute couture house, Chanel is also known worldwide for its perfumes, including the mythical "N ° 5", created in 1921. For more than 30 years, it is in Pégomas, near Grasse, that farmers who work with the House grow flowers with perfumes. A 20-hectare farm entirely dedicated to the composition and manufacture of its wakes. So to allow all the lovers of flowers or perfumes to live the experience of a walk in its Grasse gardens, Chanel decided to recreate in Paris, and in miniature version, this exploitation. An ephemeral field will therefore invest the Tuileries Garden, from May 31 to June 3, 2018, on the occasion of the event "Jardins, Jardin aux Tuileries".
Visitors will be able to discover the 5 emblematic perfume flowers of Grasse, grown exclusively for the Chanel house by the Mul family. Jasmine, May rose, Iris Pallida, Tuberose and Geranium rosat will be honored and deployed in this ephemeral field of 200 m2.
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