Introducing the new Cartier Carat Eau de Parfum, an invisible jewel that radiates in a myriad of facets just like the diamond. In house parfumeur, Mathilde Laurent wanted to make a perfume that would shine equally lively and intense as diamonds do.
To accomplish this, the perfume maker decided to imitate an optical phoneme that is characteristic of diamonds: diffraction of color. So she chose seven different fresh flowers that, when combined, formed a new, abstract flower.
The composition represents the colors of rainbow in the form of flowers; violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red are captured with the notes of violet, lily, hyacinth, ylang-ylang, narcissus, honeysuckle and tulips.