This year’s edition Cartier Baiser Vole, builds upon the oriental, vast and passionate kiss of the dragon (Le Baiser u Dragon), proclaiming a more urbane approach and composition. The emphasis is on the game of enthusiasm and eagerness. Mathilde Laurent, who composed the notes, is accountable for alluring stolen kisses of Baiser Vole release. The story of pure passion is told by the ultra-feminine cores of rare and elegant lily flower. The scent is publicised as intensively floral, fresh and chalky. With the first drop of fragrance, we encounter the perfumed pistils of the lily, the heart beats with refined and sophisticated lily petals, while the base notes offer green leaves of lily. The perfume is available in an elegant glass bottle with golden stopper. The house of Cartier was founded in 1847 by Louis-Francois Cartier. Famous for its beautiful jewellery and attention to detail, the company's reputation grew over the late 1800's, with the assistance of Cartier's son Alfred and grandsons Louis, Pierre and Jacques. Cartier gained notoriety in 1904 when Louis Cartier created the first wristwatch for aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont. This famous timepiece was known as the "Santos." Crowned heads and aristocrats around the world flocked to Cartier for their jewellery and watches through the 20th century.
Experience the urgency of a stolen kiss with Cartier Baiser Vole Eau de Parfum, a fragrance of enchantment and ardour.
The indulgent fragrance sweeps you up in an impulse, a sudden urge strengthened by the dream of an exquisite lily. The transparency of the elusive flower is presented in this enchanting signature. A powdered, vanilla-tinged lily with its waxed leaves and tall stem, nourished with fresh and glittering water.
The palpable lily fragrance is housed in a bottle that is just as tactile: a flask of transparency and golden reflection. A fine object symbolising the refinement that is so Cartier.
Notes: A simple lily, complete with leaf, stamen and vanilla-tinged petals.