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Added : 29th June 2012
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Description About Cacharel Logo
Cacharel Logo or Cacharel is a trademark French of clothing, perfumes and accessories. It was founded in 1962 by Jean Bousquet, inspiration for the name of a local breed of ducks, the Anas querquedula. Bousquet was the son of a seller of sewing machines that are enrolled in an institution to become a tailor. He worked for two years with a designer before opening his own fashion house in Le Marais. Following the success of his first collection, Bousquet created the brand Cacharel. To make the brand, one of the most prestigious in the world helped the magazine Elle in the same year the founding of the company devoted a cover to it.
In 1975 Bousquet commissioned L’Oréal to create a perfume for her brand. It was created in 1978 Anaïs Anaïs, who quickly became one of the most popular fragrances in the world, which was followed by many other perfumes like Cacharel Pour L’Homme, Loulou, Eden, Loulou Blue, Eau d’Eden, Noa, Nemo, Gloria, Amor Amor, Amor Amor Eau Fraiche, Fleur Noa, Noa Perle, Promises and Amor pour homme and the last in chronological order Liberté. Among the testimonials they remember most famous Cacharel Gisele Bundchen (for the advertising campaign Liberté), Kate Moss (for Anaïs Anaïs) and Laetitia Casta (for Promises).