Baiser Vole Perfume by Cartier, Created by Mathilde Laurent for Cartier, Baiser Vole is a fragrance for women that features white floral as the most prominent note.
In fact, lily is used as a base note, middle note and top note in this fragrance. Green leaves add to the base notes to create an earthy aroma, and an additional top note of citrus fruits makes the fragrance airy and fresh. The glass bottle and golden top looks just as elegant and feminine as this fragrance smells.
Louis-Francois Cartier founded his company in 1847 when he began making and selling beautifully detailed jewelry. After he created the first wristwatch in 1904, the brand became quite popular among royalty and aristocrats. The jewelry lines continued to thrive throughout the 20th century, even as the company ended family ownership in 1964. By the mid-1960s, it started to sell scarves, pens and leather goods. It released its first fragrances for men and women in 1981. Since then, the brand has created nearly 100 scents, many of which have seen plenty of success. Christine Nagel, Alberto Morillas and Jacques Cavallier are just some of the expert noses behind the perfumes and colognes.