Photo Credit: Sam Taylor-Wood for CHANEL
When a woman buys a luxury perfume
, more than likely, she is doing so in order to get noticed. Chanel No. 5 is a fragrance that has turned heads for over 90 years, using the most beautiful celebrity women in campaigns to demonstrate the bottle's attracting abilities. Now Andrea d’Avack, president of Chanel Fragrance & Beauty, is changing it up. What better way to show the aphrodisiac-like qualities of the scent than to show People Magazine's
"Sexiest Man Alive" in 1995 and 2000, Brad Pitt, going weak at the knees when he gets a whiff?