Maison Cartier is rolling out roll-on fragrances

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For the first time ever, French Maison Cartier is rolling out roll-on fragrances. The luxury brand has bottled three of its most sought-after floral perfumes into travel-friendly 15 ml roll-ons that will fit into any handbag.

The trio of floral-green scents, all of which were created by Cartier’s in-house perfumer Mathilde Laurent, comprise Carat Eau de Parfum composed with a bouquet of seven fresh blooms, the chypre-floral La Panthère Eau de Toilette and the Baiser Volé Eau de Parfum featuring the elegant lily, complete with its leaf, petal and pistil.

Cartier Carat Eau de Parfum Roll-On

 

Cartier-Carat-Eau-de-Parfum-Roll-On.jpgReveal the carats that shine within, with this luminous and floral fragrance, in a convenient roll-on.

 

Cartier La Panthère Eau de Toilette Roll-On

 

Cartier-La-Panthère-Eau-de-Toilette-Roll-On.jpgA unique accord, combining a flower and a sensation: a feline floral fragrance. Radiant gardenia expresses a sensual and delicate femininity while a soft velvety musk creates an animal touch.

 

Cartier Baiser Volé Eau de Parfum Roll-On

 

Cartier-Baiser-Volé-Eau-de-Parfum-Roll-On.jpgBaiser Volé Eau de Parfum, A fresh, floral and powdery fragrance that reveals an original, new expression of the majestic and mysterious flower, the Lily.

Besides being a luxurious treat for senses and for making you feel like the most pulled-together traveller, these roll-ons are a great option for those seeking a new favourite fragrance without having to commit to an entire flacon.

Prices are currently unavailable, but word on the street has it that the roll-on fragrance collection will be available at selected stores worldwide from June 2019. Come into the wonderful world of Maison Cartier.

 

 

 

 

 

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