THE LIBERATION OF WOMEN
In the 1920s, fashion took a new turn. Women embraced the feeling of freedom as skirts are shortened and calves are revealed. Jean Patou created Chaldée as a celebration of the liberation of women's fashion.
Part of the exquisite Collection Héritage from the House of Patou, Chadée is spicy and powdery floriental formulated with Amber, Flowers, Spice and Opopanax. A rich scent which has been warmed by the sun.
100ml/3.38 fl. oz.
About Jean Patou:
In 1912, Jean Patou opened a dressmaking salon in Paris named Maison Parry. Then war interrupted his career. In 1919, he reopened his salon under his own name to great success. In 1925, he launched his perfume collection: Amour-Amour (for brunettes), Que Sais-je (for blondes), and Adieu Sagesse (for redheads). In 1931 he introduced Joy, which is still treasured as one of the world's great perfumes. Today, the name Jean Patou is globally renowned for the entire collection of fragrances.