French boutique Cacharel was founded in 1962 in the small town of Nimes. Specialising in bright, ready to wear pieces, Cacharel gained notoriety after landing the cover of Elle. Magazine in 1963. They never looked back.
The brand expanded into fragrance in 1975 when founder Jean Bousquet asked L’Oréal to create Anaïs Anaïs, a perfume that took three years to create, but proved well worth the wait. The signature release from Cacharel is still winning over women today.
Anaïs Anaïswas followed by Cacharel pour l'Homme, Loulou and LouLou Blue, Edenand Eau d'Eden, Noa, Nemo, Gloriaandthe adventurous Amor Amor.
The beauty of the Cacharel fragrances is each collection has a very distinctive scent. Anaïs Anaïs was a daily fragrance with a romantic, fairy-tale like aroma, Eden was rich in mother nature tropics, LouLou oriental and Amor Amor the sexy firecracker. Even the men’s aftershaves and colognes are wonderfully unique.
Cacharel perfumes have always been backed by beautiful women. Kate Moss, Laetitia Casta and Gisele Bündchen are just a few of the superstar names that have lent their good looks to the French brand.