A fluid formula which is quickly absorbed, leaving skin moisturized, soft, supple, and delicately perfumed.
What it does:
Written in 1961 by Guy Robert, Calèche was HERMÈS's first fragrance for women. A highly feminine, woody, chypre floral, its name refers to the horse-drawn carriages that are emblematic of the house. Calèche is a novel that dazzles with the beauty of its raw materials, from the joyfulness of citrus fruit to the modernity of aldehyde notes; from the floral heart embellished with ylang-ylang, rose, and jasmine to the woody, chypre sillage underscored by the nobility of the iris.
Perfume has been a part of the brand’s history since the 1930s. In the library of Hermès perfumes, every creation tells a story, opens up an imaginary world. Hermès demonstrates through its perfumes the excellence of its craftsmanship, its artistry, and its creative freedom.
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