Since 1847, Cartier’s creations have encapsulated an inimitably French sense of elegance and style. The master craftsmen who design each exquisite piece have, over three different centuries, ensured that the brand’s very name has become a byword for luxury and quality.
From Marie Antoinette to Elizabeth Taylor, a whole host of luminaries have worn the brand’s designs, which found widespread fame in the early 20th century, thanks to the concerted effort of a trio of Cartier brothers.
Now, having presented their first fragrance in 1981, the brand has embarked on an entirely new part of its journey. Not that the underlying ethos differs very much at all, as Cartier’s guiding idea is to provide women with invisible jewellery and men with a vaporous armour.
From La Panthère, an entrancing fragrance that unveils a free-spirit, to Declaration, a masculine scent that adorns the wearer in a spices and woods contrast, Cartier offer the modern world an unparalleled degree of indulgence.