During this time, West Coast began releasing her own material for free download online, later recording a music video for the song "I Love Money".
Lil Wayne signed Chanel to his label Young Money Entertainment in 2012.
" You should see the results I get when I google it!
Apparently, there are more than a few sites that suggest that buying your lady a bottle of Chanel No 5 will cause her clothing to magically disappear. Exterior box a bit worn, interior box still tightly wrapped in yellowed cellophane.
I could probably help you narrow down the date of the bottles a bit if you link to pics of them - the bottles themselves, not necessarily the boxes." I also wanted to pass along this link, which is a really great resource for dating vintage Chanel bottles.
The main things to look at are the thickness of the stopper (they started out thin but got thicker over time) and the labels - how big is the label, where is it placed on the bottle (top or middle), how dark and thick are the letters on the label.
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However, I don't believe that the interlocking CC logo was used on boxes until much later.
She went on to release her mixtape Now You Know in 2013 featuring Snoop Dogg, French Montana, Ty Dolla $ign, Robin Thicke and Honey Cocaine.
Riley Sky of Dropkick Divas Media gave the mixtape a grade of B-, saying "Now You Know accomplishes [the] mission" of "[selling] West Coast as an independent woman, its hip-hop-inspired vibe makes "Now You Know" fiercely individual".
And, I am with you on wanting to "play the field" with Chanel. Dark juice, bottle smells like heaven anyway, even unopened. Shaking reveals that there is a glass bottle of liquid in there, and that there is probably not a lot of space in the bottle. Both bottle #1 and outer Box #2 are marked "Chanel Inc. Was the 1960 reformulation significant enough to factor in, here?
I was so relieved when I smelled No18...finally one I didn't covet for my very own! New York-distributor." Neither has metric measure noted, and neither notes concentration. Inner box is rather simple black-on-white paperboard, while Box #1 is thicker split-in-middle design. I think the sealed one will obviously have more juice and has been protected from the light. Is it worth worrying about, seeing as Chanel No5 is oddly quite reasonably priced for vintage bottles?
I've read the guide on ebay, and I'm pretty sure they are both pre-1960, as they lack the linked "C" logo and metric volume.