Cacharel Catch Me ~ new perfume

Cacharel Catch Me fragrance bottle

Cacharel will launch Catch Me, a new 'young and playful' gourmand woody floral perfume for women, this fall.

Catch Me was developed by perfumer Dominique Ropion; notes include mandarin, orange blossom and almond milk.

Cacharel Catch Me will be available in 80 ml Eau de Parfum; I will update with additional sizes when I can.

(via parfum-femme.prime-beaute, parfumerie.nl)

Update: Cacharel Catch Me will also be sold in 30 and 50 ml Eau de Parfum. Additional notes include petitgrain and amber woods.

(via moodiereport)

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  1. littlecooling says:

    Well, Dominique does wonderful scents. But I haven’t smelled anything interesting from Cacharel, since Noa :/

    • Robin says:

      I haven’t smelled anything at all by Cacharel in ages, interesting or otherwise.

  2. kaos.geo says:

    Is this bottle meant to evoke a cupcake?

    I love how they used the cacharel typography for the name of the frag.

    I will report back as soon as I see this here.
    A couple of years ago, when they did the limited edition sprays we got that very quickly.

    • Robin says:

      Do report back, I’ll be surprised if I even lay eyes on this.

      Betcha you’re right about the cupcake!

  3. maggiecat says:

    The bottle is cute. I find it appealing. Is something wrong with me???

    • Robin says:

      No, I think it’s cute too, although not sure I’ll like that cap in person.

  4. miss kitty v. says:

    Ya lose me at “young and playful,” Cacharel…

  5. sinnerman says:

    I remember Eden by cacharel ! Talk about a flower bomb !

  6. thenoseknows says:

    most of the Cahcerel scents are REALLY amazingly well done… Anais Anais… NOA (DREAMY!!!!!!!!) Eden…. this sounds Luscious!

  7. Eroica says:

    I loved NOA. I haven’t smelled it in years but now that I’m thinking about it I need to. It surely evoke some memories of 1999!
    I am a gourmand fan. I might try it!

  8. RavynG says:

    Anais Anais is my favorite of all-time. I would love to try this one just because it is Cacharel. And it is a pretty bottle.

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