Cacharel

1975 saw the union of Bousquet with the notoriety of L'Oréal for the development of scents, and in 1978 the highly successful perfume, Anaïs Anaïs, was unveiled, noted for its lily-inspired aroma and as an expression of femininity poetically in search of its identity. Many more successful fragrances were to follow, including: Cacharel pour l'Homme, Loulou, Eden, Loulou Blue, Eau d'Eden, Noa, Nemo, Gloria, Amor Amor, Amor Amor Eau Fraiche, Noa Fleur, Noa Perle, Promesse and Amor pour Homme. The most recent in this incredibly successful scent line is Liberté, inspired by the French cake, chamonix. Top model Gisele Bündchen is the current fac... (show more) 1975 saw the union of Bousquet with the notoriety of L'Oréal for the development of scents, and in 1978 the highly successful perfume, Anaïs Anaïs, was unveiled, noted for its lily-inspired aroma and as an expression of femininity poetically in search of its identity. Many more successful fragrances were to follow, including: Cacharel pour l'Homme, Loulou, Eden, Loulou Blue, Eau d'Eden, Noa, Nemo, Gloria, Amor Amor, Amor Amor Eau Fraiche, Noa Fleur, Noa Perle, Promesse and Amor pour Homme. The most recent in this incredibly successful scent line is Liberté, inspired by the French cake, chamonix. Top model Gisele Bündchen is the current face of Liberte and Cacharel Parfums, following in the famous footsteps of Kate Moss for Anaïs Anaïs and Laetitia Casta for Promesse. (show less)

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