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SCENT AND SENSUALITY
Chosen by beauty editor Jhelum Biswas Bose as the ‘grandest moment in beauty’, this candid shot captures Hollywood diva Marilyn Monroe wearing Chanel No. 5. Monroe was also a brand ambassador of the iconic fragrance, and in an interview in 1954 when a journalist asked her what she wore to bed, she had famously replied, “Just a few drops of No. 5.” This shot was taken just before her first Broadway performance of Tennessee Williams’s play Cat on a Hot Tin
Roof, in 1955. This casual picture became legendary and contributed to the enduring legacy of the perfume.