Children's perfume "Cabriole" from Hermes costs $105 per bottle.
The French luxury fashion house Hermès has created its first-ever "children's" perfume. The fragrance called "Cabriole" became an addition to the brand's new cosmetic line.
"Cabriole" is a peculiar ode to childhood memories. The fragrance is based on notes of osmanthus, has a fresh smell of honeysuckle and is accompanied by sandalwood.
The packaging for the perfume in the form of a flashlight bottle is decorated with specially created illustrations by the artist Alice Charbin. It is noted that being created specifically for children, the fragrance does not contain alcohol and has a gentle effect on the delicate skin.
"I sought to create a comforting and highly distinctive scented water that signifies the bond between parent and child. I wanted to make a digression, a joyful leap towards a new proposal," - commented Christine Nagel, the director of creation and olfactory heritage for Hermès Parfums.
According to the expert, the eau de toilette is an invitation to prolong as long as possible the extraordinary childlike state of mind, filled with play and freedom. The cost of the children's perfume "Cabriole" by Hermes is $105 per bottle.