French perfume house Caron has launched Aimez-Moi Comme Je Suis, a new fragrance for men.
A surprising duo of compelling hazelnut and enveloping vetiver
With its woody amber notes, AIMEZ-MOI COMME JE SUIS is sensual, vibrant and addictive. With this Eau de Toilette, CARON has designed a signature fragrance for a man who embraces himself as he is: free and liberated. An invitation to stand out and reveal the different facets of the man who wears it.
[...] Our natural vetiver is sourced from a certified “For Life” responsible supply chain. This contributes to local development in Haiti, ensures fair pay and working conditions for farmers and protects the island’s ecosystems.
Caron Aimez-Moi Comme Je Suis was developed by perfumer Jean Jacques. It is available in 75 and 125 ml Eau de Toilette, and in a 125 ml refill.
Would like to smell it…but WHERE? Never see Caron in the U.S.
Me neither. I think the NY Boutique closed a few years ago.
No idea if they have any distribution here at all, but bet the discounters will get it eventually.
OH what a pretty bottle too. I like the look of it, would love to test it.
Agree, very handsomely done.
I love the sounds of the juice (and the bottle also is pretty). I would love to try this out.
Love Me As I Am is so much less needy than Love Me!
YES! At first I was hoping it was a flanker. But no, the men get it
Right? Of course they get that phrase. Not that I’m thrilled with the reasoning that may be behind that choice of name for a fragrance for men…Oh, well. I’m curious about the scent. I know I like the scent and taste of hazelnuts. I’m trying to imagine what the combination of the scents of hazelnuts and vetiver would be like.
A new Caron? When was the last time they released newness? I think they got new mgmt / creative direction recently, so this is interesting.
But – where to smell? Even in Europe Caron outlets are scarce. The only places I remember seeing them is in Fortnum & Mason in London, but I’m not likely to be able to get there any time soon…
Ps – I don’t like the name of the perfume at all: ‘Love me as I am’
At one point in the not too distant past, Bergdorfs carried some Caron. Hope springs eternal!