“What’s important to remember about Chanel N°5 is how revolutionary this fragrance is; when it was introduced, it broke all the rules,” Brad said. “N°5 has always been the most iconic women’s fragrance. That’s what I see being the appeal of this campaign; it goes beyond the abstract of emotion or beauty to evoke what is timeless: a woman’s spirit.”
Pitt is the first male spokesperson for women’s fragrance Chanel No.5, the first perfume launched by legendary French designer Coco Chanel in 1921.
Is it me or doesn’t it look like he just woke up? ‘Oh hello, I managed to put my clothes on, forgot you were coming….and forgot to shave and shower too, ugh’