Cartier are introducing a new version of the Eau de Cartier from 2001 called Eau de Cartier Eau de Parfum, a warmer, more ambery and vanillic take on the cool warmth of the original...
In-house perfumer Mathilde Laurent signs the composition, which is given as a floral amber reprising the initial violet accord. The first fragrance was created by perfumer Christine Nagel, now at Hermès.
This eau de parfum is more intense, balmier, yet reportedly keeps its elegant brand of sensuality meant for both men and women.
Avowed personality is classic, chic and timeless.
We think that Laurent has a real knack for creating second-skin effects with perfume, as well as for displaying yet also reining in sensual nuances - see Déclaration L'Eau - so this is one to check out if you like that type of sensation.
Notes: Violet, Amber, Vanilla
Via press release