Cacharel French perfumes draw their inspiration from femininity. They are mostly joyful, truly dynamic and full of colour. They excel with their passionate notes and their luxury ingredients, combining tradition and modernity.

The founder of the Jean Bousquet brand was however originally only a designer. In the 1960s, Cacharel became one of the first fashion houses to present a ready-to-wear collection as an alternative to haute couture. Cacharel’s very trendy and fresh models have allowed the brand to go beyond its time, not only in the world of fashion, but also in the refined world of perfumery.

Cacharel perfumes celebrate femininity and romanticism, they are presented in very different aspects such as the legendary perfume Anaïs Anaïs, the passionate eau de parfum Cacharel Amor Amor or the much more daring and independent Yes I Am. Each Cacharel perfume is an olfactory expression of each stage of a woman's life.