Cacharel

Cacharel Fragrance

Cacharel
Cacharel is a French brand offering clothing, accessories and fragrances. Founded in 1962 by designer Jean Bousquet, the company gets its name from the local word for “Anas Querquedula” name of a specific duck from Camargue region of France.

Cacharel has gained notoriety after one of his modern pink shirts appeared on the cover of Elle in 1963, and the company’s reputation has expanded throughout the 1970s.

Famous for young female fashion, the house Cacharel extended its image with the launch of her first fragrance, Anais Anais, 1978. This classic feminine fragrance is still available today and was followed by other additional “flavors” fragrances for men and women.