Axe Body Spray Meets Chanel No. 5 in Questionable Fragrance Release

If you’re looking for a signature scent that captures your high school locker room and your grandmother’s timeless fashion, there’s now something to fit your needs. Avant-garde product release app MSCHF just dropped a perfume that smells like Chanel No. 5 and Axe body spray. Why? Because they’re both undeniably iconic scents.

You may be wondering if this combination has any chance of actually smelling good. We are, too. But the MSCHF perfume drop sold out in 20 minutes on Monday so a lot of people are interested in smelling the combination themselves.

MSCHF users already know the deal—the creation app releases two unique product drops per month sporting items, or concepts, you won’t find anywhere else. Some of its past products include Jesus shoes, a sneaker that allowed wearers to walk on water and a Slack account that re-created every episode of The Office.

In order to be

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How Coco Chanel changed the course of women’s fashion

Written by Marianna Cerini

Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel was one of the 20th century’s most influential couturiers. A milliner by training, she moved beyond hats to become a rebel and a trailblazer of the fashion world, creating a new sartorial style that freed women from corsets and lace frills by offering them sailor shirts and wide-leg pants instead.

“Nothing is more beautiful than freedom of the body,” she once said, and her designs lived by these words: Chanel’s silhouettes were fluid and androgynous, her designs loose and — in the case of her iconic little black dress, or LBD — democratic. She wanted women to move and breathe in her clothes, just like men did in theirs. Her work was, in many ways, a form of female emancipation.

Sunday marks 50 years since Chanel’s death, aged 87, though her legacy endures. As well as revolutionizing how we dress, she helped form

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