Mathilde Laurent, Cartier‘s much-esteemed in-house perfumer, first created one of the maison’s most recognised fragrances to date in 2014 — the La Panthère.
It gained its popularity due to its classic notes which introduced legendary chypre and a feline-floral accord, and whilst it embodies the richness of Cartier’s olfactory style, it also sparks emotion (which Laurent explained in an exclusive conversation we had with her last year).
Now in its fifth year, Cartier is celebrating the birthday of its La Panthère fragrance and launched a limited-edition version that bottles Cartier’s allegory of femininity.
The La Panthére limited-edition fragrance comes complete in a new (and brightly) decorated bottle, complete with gardenia, musk and chypre — floral, feminine and fresh for the season.
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