Cartier’s newest fragrance, De Lune ($64.99, 1.5 oz.) is soft, delicate, sublimely elegant, and said to be “made of moonlight.” When creating this fragrance, Cartier’s own perfumer, Mathilde Laurent, imagined a flower garden on the starlit countryside. Her source of inspiration is the moment when every flower, bathed in moonlight and soothed by the mildness of the night, exhales its fragrance like an ode to the moon. A breath of floral mid notes, including honeysuckle, wild rose, and lily of the valley, follow the sparkling opening notes of pink peppercorns and juniper berries. Like the caress of a night breeze, its base lingers voluptuously on notes of musk and woods. The blue moonstone-tinted glass bottle features a silver-plated metal top, echoing a reflection of the moon on the water.
Pink Peppercorn, Juniper Berry, Honeysuckle, Wild Rose, Cyclamen, Morning Glory, Lily Of The Valley, Musk, Woods.
Voluptuous. Sparkling. Astral.