Cartier's La Panthère needs no introduction. The signature panther icon has come a long way ever since its debut in 1914 and it has been synonymous with the French house. If anyone could capture the spirit of La Panthère in a fragrance bottle, it would be Cartier perfumer Mathilde Laurent. Created in 2014 by Laurent, La Panthère has made its way to being the House's classic fragrance.
To celebrate the 5-year milestone of the fragrance, the La Panthère eau de parfum now comes in a limited-edition bottle. The packaging has bought us sophistication and timelessness as we see the bottle highlighting the sculpture of Cartier's La Panthère in gold. Finding a scent that is captivating and not worn by every other woman on the street is tough, and thanks to Laurent, this signature perfume opens up with notes of musk and chypre and it's a marriage of floral and sensuality. It is both inviting and mysterious, perfectly capturing the essence of the La Panthère for the Cartier woman.