Lady Caron Perfume by Caron, Lady Caron is a women’s chypre floral perfume with white floral, woody, fruity, floral, tuberose, and sweet main accords.
Presented in 2000, this fragrance was signed by in-house master perfumer Richard Fraysse. Floral top notes of jasmine, magnolia, and neroli introduce the scent, leading to middle notes of peach, rose, raspberry, and tuberose. Sandalwood and oakmoss base notes conclude this work. Good for all-year day wear, this fragrance has long-lasting longevity and moderate to enormous sillage.
French perfume house Caron was founded by Ernest Daltroff in 1904. Based in Paris, the company has been dedicated to luxury, or high, perfumery. It is known for filling perfume bottles from Baccarat crystal fountains, using bronze taps to fill all sizes of refillable bottles, which are decorated with gold thread. Daltroff fled to the United States during World War Ii to escape persecution from the Nazis and left the company to Felicie Wanpouille, the brand’s artistic adviser and muse. The company was purchased by Patrick Ales in 1998, with his son Romain currently serving as managing director.