La Panthere by Cartier 75ml


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La Panthere by Cartier 75ml

La Panthere by Cartier is a Chypre Floral fragrance for women launched in 2014. The nose behind this fragrance is Mathilde Laurent.

Product Details

  • Top notes: Dried Fruits, Rhubarb, Big Strawberry, Anise, and Bergamot
  • Middle notes: Gardenia, Rose, Ylang-Ylang, Orange Blossom, and Pear
  • Base notes: Oakmoss, Musk, Leather, and Patchouli

La Panthere by Cartier 75ml

La Panthère is the new fragrance for women from Cartier, launching in March of 2014. It draws inspiration from the heritage of the house: panther as a symbol of the brand and Panthère perfume from 1986. La Panthère was also the nickname of Cartier’s lover and muse Jeanne Toussaint. The new perfume is a symbol of freedom for 2014; it represents a woman who is independent, graceful, and rebellious.

The fragrance is sensual and bold floral – chypre. It is by perfumer Mathilde Laurent from central notes of gardenia and animalistic musk.

The top of the composition exudes a greenish-fruity mixture in the form of molecule styrallyl acetates, containing nuances of rhubarb, strawberries, dried fruit, apple, and apricot. The heart is dominated by gardenia, selected as the main flower to avoid excessive oriental character and also as a not-so-common ingredient amongst modern perfumes. Ketone musk and oakmoss provide irrefutable chypre character.

The simple luxurious bottle of golden colors shows the stylized face of the panther, which gives the entire design a special signature and character. The face of the campaign is a model Erin Wasson, known for his cat-like facial features and boho style.


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