Proudly French, Cacharel is a fashion brand known for ready-to-wear clothing, accessories, and perfume. It was founded by Jean Bousquet in 1962 and was named after a local bird from the Camargue region of France. Cacharel is famous for rejecting tradition and formality in exchange for a sense of wildness and freedom.
All Cacharel perfume hinges onto the concept of a free image well. The first Cacharel perfume was launched in 1978, a feminine perfume called Anaïs. Perfumers Olivier Polge, Paul Leger, and Roger Pellegrino are among the many that have contributed to the diverse profiles of Cacharel perfume.