Chopard pays an ode to sustainable luxury with the introduction of four new natural perfumes

Chopard, a brand best known for its jewelry has recently made a grand foray into the world of perfumes. Chopard Parfums, its fragrance vertical is now engaged in creating some of the best-known perfumes that resonate with the ethos of the marquee. For the 70th anniversary of Cannes, the brand created and unveiled four new fragrances that are an ode to Chopard’s ‘sustainable luxury’ initiative.

The blue perfume decanters of Chopard’s new range are a designer’s wonder and come with the best of embellishments. They are adorned with exquisite gold-platted stoppers and images of Palm d’Or on each of the boxes. The perfumes are concocted using the most noble of ingredients that are sourced sustainably and combined into a naturally magical state. The newest Chopard foursome consists of Vanilla de Madagascar (a heady mix of pure Vanilla with tinges of chocolate, bourbon and caramel), Neroli a la Cardamom du Guatemala (a combination of Mandarin, Neroli Bigarade an Orange Blossom), Magnolia au Vetiver d’Haiti ( an amalgamation of well-sourced Magnolia with woody undertones of Pink pepper) and the Vetiver d’Haiti au Green Tea ( a beautiful mix of Green Tea and supreme quality Haitian Vetiver that is sourced from local farms).

Caroline Scheufele, Co-President of Chopard, pointed out the belief of the brand by stating, ‘Always give our best and be kind, generous and open to others. Be Happy! It is positivity that carries us forward.’ The divine Chopard fragrances retail for $225 per 100 ml and $120 for a pack of four 10 ml Eau de Parfum bottles.


Tags from the story