Hermès Calèche Eau de Parfum. The nobility of iris is underscored by generous sandalwood in this highly feminine fragrance, with the elegance of vetiver combined with jasmine, rose and iris. Calèche was Hermès’ first fragrance for women, written in 1961 by Guy Robert; its name referring to the horse-drawn carriages that are emblematic of the house.
“Calèche or the essence of classicism. Seduction through the beauty of the soul.” – Jean-Claude Ellena
A novel with the beauty of raw material that dazzles, from the modernity of aldehyde notes to the joyfulness of citrus fruit. Embellished with ylang-ylang, rose and jasmine, this floral heart of this fragrance is underscored with the nobility of the iris, alongside the woody chypre sillage.
Timeless, yet never less than contemporary.
Hermès Calèche is also available in a Eau de Toilette.