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Caleche Eau de toilette

Caleche Eau de toilette



Eau de Toilette - Floral and Aldehyde Notes

Caleche Eau de Toilette by Hermès, composed by perfumer Guy Robert in 1961, was the House's first fragrance for women. Its name echoes the carriages emblematic of Hermès: a light and elegant 19th-century horse-drawn conveyance.

Olfactory Notes: This floral fragrance with aldehyde aromas is a very feminine blend of delicate aldehydes, billowing jasmine, and light rose.

Design: The bottle, inspired by the lanterns of horse-drawn carriages, features a black cap reminiscent of a riding hat. The back label, illustrated by Philippe Dumas, indicates its place in the Parfums-Fondateurs collection.

Parfums-Fondateurs Collection: This collection draws inspiration from the House's heritage, encapsulating Hermès' imaginary world in a name, a fragrance, and a color. Hermès has pioneered a bold style of perfumery through encounters with exceptional perfumers.

Emotion: Warm, Sensual
Key Ingredients: Aldehyde, Jasmine, Rose

Caleche Eau de Toilette is perfect for those seeking a warm and sensual fragrance that embodies the elegance and femininity of the House's heritage. Available in a spray for even application.

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