Cacharel will launch a new fragrance, Liberté, this April, although it will not reach the United States until the second half of the year. Described as an "orange chypre", the scent was developed by perfumers Domitille Bertier and Olivier Polge. The notes include orange, bergamot, white flowers, vetiver and patchouli.
Update: Cacharel Liberté was "...inspired by the small French cake, the Chamonix, whose zesty bitter orange sensation is followed by a delicate honey flavour smattered with spices." The white flowers in the heart are "dominated by the frangipani flower". (via moodiereport)
Christian Dior will launch a new fragrance for men, Fahrenheit 32:
...pillared as the olfactory opposite to its fiery predecessor Fahrenheit, which debuted in 1988.
Taking its name from the temperature at which water freezes, the juice is described as a fresh oriental and combines a top note of orange blossom with a heart of vetiver and base of vanilla.
Look for it in Eau de Toilette and matching body products this coming April. (via cosmeticsint.co.uk) Christian Dior Fahrenheit 32 is available in 50 and 100 ml; the perfumers were François Demachy and Louise Turner. (via sephora.fr, cosmeticnews) Update: see a review of Fahrenheit 32.