Composed by Dorothée Piot (Robertet), the fragrance marries top notes of green fruit with a heart of white flowers and a base of woody and leather notes. “Vanilla and praline give the perfume a playful aspect,” adds the perfumer.
The bottle (Pochet du Courval), newly designed by Sylvie de France, is a slender interpretation of the original, more cubic, flacon. The designer explains that she kept the statuesque and structured aspect of the original bottle, but created a more facetted form with clearly defined angles.
Around the neck, a ribbon of white grosgrain (Papillon) “lends a little smile, a touch of spontaneity, to the overall image,” explains De France.
At the same time, the brand relaunched the original Cabochard, which is now available in the revisted bottle, but donning a black ribbon around the collar. The secondary packaging—pink paper with gilded details for Cabochard Chérie and black and gold detailing for Cabochard—is produced by Landerer (Autajon Group).
Perfumer Dorothée Piot (Robertet)
BottlePochet du Courval
DesignerSylvie de France
BoxLanderer (Autajon Group)