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Cacharel started his Fashion in 1958 with Jean Bousquet from Nîmes. It was in 1975 that the founder of Cacharel entrusted the L'Oréal group with the development of a license for cosmetic products. A few years later, the first of the Cacharel perfumes was born: Anaïs Anaïs in 1978. This was the very first perfume intended for young women, which is still the brand's flagship perfume today. Since then, the Cacharel brand has been able to offer new perfumes such as Loulou in 1987, Eden in 1994, Noa in 1998, Amor Amor in 2003, Catch me in 2012 and more recently the perfume Yes I Am in 2018.


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