Chantilly by Dana, The warm, balsamic accords of Chantilly create a classic fragrance for women released in 1941.
Opening notes include a spicy and citrusy blend of bergamot, neroli and various fruits. Orange blossom, ylang-ylang, clove, jasmine and rose reside in the heart. The woody base notes are oakmoss, sandalwood, musk, tonka bean, vanilla, leather and benzoin. Dana is a perfume house established by Javier Serra in 1932. With Spanish roots, the company soon relocated to Paris to join the heart of the fashion industry. The brand released a variety of classic and successful fragrances in the following years leading up to the second World War.
After relocating once more to the United States when Germany occupied France in the 1940s, Dana continued to design sophisticated fragrances for decades to come. The brand began shifting its focus to mass-market perfumes and gained ownership of other iconic and classic perfumes designed by other fragrance houses.