Eau De Cartier Zeste De Soleil Perfume by Cartier, Announced in 2013, Eau De Cartier Zeste De Soleil is a women’s aromatic fruity perfume with green, citrus, sweet, fresh spicy, and tropical main accords. Developed by the brand’s in-house perfumer Mathilde Laurent, this fragrance combines notes of passion fruit, yuzu, and mint. Best for hot weather and summer days, this mixture has soft sillage and longevity ranging from poor to moderate.
Jewelry house Cartier was founded by Louis-Francois Cartier in 1847. Based in Paris, France, this brand became renowned in the 20th century amongst celebrities, aristocrats, and royalty for its fine jewelry and wristwatches. Ownership of the company remained within the family until 1964 when the founder’s grandson died.
The remaining heirs, who led Cartier operations in Paris, London, and New York sold their interests in the business, which is now held by Richemont, a Swiss luxury goods holding company. The company’s first fragrances were introduced in 1981.