Annick Goutal’s legacy lives on in this lovely scent created for her daughter, Camille who continued her work for the upscale perfumery house.
Created in 1998, Petite Chérie is the scent Annick Goutal bestowed on her daughter as a gift. She described it as being “reminiscent of a young girl’s cheek that you want to lovingly kiss”. This fruity, floral yet sweet musky fragrance (pear, peach, musky rose, fresh cut grass and vanilla), is so irresistible, sensual and seductive. And who can resist the cute butterflies bottle that look so feminine?
The emblematic bottle, which looked like one butterfly in a flash, is actually two butterflies kissing each other. This year, Petite Chérie comes in limited edition bottle, tied by an organza ribbon coupled with a charming golden medal created by renowned jeweler Arthus Bertrand (see the difference between old and limited edition 2012 bottle above). The golden medal which features the Petite Chérie muse holding a cage can be worn as a pendant or bracelet if you wish.