During the last TFWA perfume show in Cannes held in October 2018, in an apartment of the Majestic Barriere hotel, Chopard Parfums presented the joyful and sunny Chopard Happy Bigaradia, the third fragrance in the Chopard Happy Collection, composed by perfumer Dora Baghriche. In addition to the Bigaradia fragrance, Chopard also announced the new fragrance of their luxurious line named ROSE DE CAROLINE, which arrives in a ruby red bottle with gold-colored palm leaves decorating the massive cap; a symbol of the Cannes Film Festival.
The palm leaves on the bottle caps were presented before on a limited edition collection specially launched for the Cannes Film Festival, symbolically styled to highlight the link between the jewelry master crafts of Chopard and the famous Golden Palm of Cannes Film Festival, redesigned by Chopard in 1998 (read our article here). Also, Chopard is an official partner of the Festival in Cannes, one of the main sponsors of the famous film festival.
The first luxury line named Chopard Collection was launched in 2017 in dark blue bottles, while the second, Gardens of Paradise, was launched in 2018 in emerald green bottles created with a special cut. The latest ruby red edition, Rose de Caroline, was announced in Cannes with only a promo poster, so unfortunately we had no opportunity to try it before the launch.
"Inspired by Chopard's Artistic Director Caroline Scheufele, the Rose de Caroline Eau de Parfum pays homage to her favourite flower. Created by master perfumer Alberto Morillas, the powdery scent infuses gentle Rose Centifolia with the depth of Bulgarian Rose, forming a unique composition with an exceptional, floral trail."
The beautiful bottle of Chopard Rose de Caroline is available in an amount of 100ml Eau de Parfum at a price of 495 pounds in Harrods.
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Photos from Chopard Parfums event, Cannes 2018, by the author
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