Short spots for Les Eaux de Chanel. Paris-Biarritz is first, then below the jump, Paris-Deauville and Paris-Venise.
Gaspard Ulliel for the new Bleu de Chanel Parfum.
As self-tanners go, this one sounds rather nice: "This refreshing body mist created by Lucia Pica delivers freshness and hydration with a warm, cologne-inspired scent and progressively enhances skin's natural golden glow.... Classic self-tanning technology provides a soft, gradual tan. Inspired by Mademoiselle's L'Huile Tan released in 1932, this mist is presented in a modern interpretation of the iconic bottle." According to an answer in the Q&A section, it's "a beautiful blend of citrus cologne with accents of orange blossom and lily, with an underlying soft amber base of white musks." $60 for 75 ml.
Fans of Chanel No. 5 L'Eau might need one or both: On Hand Cream ("This limited-edition cream is a novel, sensual way to nourish and delicately scent the hands and body.", $55 for 50 ml) or All-Over Spray ("A generous and portable scented spray to use anytime of day to refresh and lightly revive the notes of the modern scent.", $60 for 150 ml). At Saks Fifth Avenue (and other stores as well).