Launched in 1992, the Pasha de Cartier Eau de Toilette is the symbol of an era, a fern signature that explores all facets of lavender: aromatic, mineral, ozonic.
Revisited in several versions since, it is revealed today in a sophisticated, sensualized fougère mix, warmed with additional amber and depth. An amplitude brought by its creator, Mathilde Laurent, exclusive perfumer of the House, who has chosen to keep the aromatic touch of this emblematic fern, by bringing it a new dimension in line with today’s generation and its creative vision and enlarged world.
A perfume enhanced by a bottle emblematic of the codes of the Maison joaillière: cap collar encircled by three rings with a metallic shine reminiscent of the Trinity ring, cap topped with a blue cabochon inspired by the winder of the Pasha de Cartier watch, gadroons which structure and slender the silhouette of the bottle.
Pasha de Cartier Le Parfum. 50 ml, MAD 947; 100 ml, MAD 1.381 available in perfumeries.
By Dina Khalil