Cartier LPanthère burst into the world of perfumery in 2014 and received the prestigious Olfactorama award a year later. The inspiration for its author, perfumer Matilde Laurent, gave the image of a graceful, graceful and incredibly attractive panther - the only animal with a pleasant natural scent that literally attracts victims during hunting.
Panther is a real mascot of the Cartier house, which accompanies him in almost every new perfume, jewelry or fashion story - in spotty motifs, seductive experiments with new old notes. LPanthère has become the most daring of all the other aroma experiences of the house: animalistic-floral, wild and floral, combining the enchanting sound of gardenia and bright accords of musk and chypre, this perfume has become one of the most paradoxical creations of Matilda Laurent, whose Corsican roots help her to achieve extremely alive, sensual, graceful scales.
This year, the iconic fragrance celebrates its fifth anniversary and is dressed in a new exquisite bottle with a gold frame, retaining all the charm of the original sound. The hunt for a limited edition has already begun and is waiting for its owners in perfume boutiques.
"Life is breathing, breathing is smelling."
From the official press release of the fragrance
Photo: Getty Images, press archives
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