Declaration d’Un Soir by Cartier is a Woody Floral Musk fragrance for men. Declaration d’Un Soir was launched in 2012. The nose behind this fragrance is Mathilde Laurent. Top notes are Black Pepper, Cardamom and Caraway; middle notes are Rose and Nutmeg; base note is Sandalwood.
Cartier is revamping one of their best-selling fragrances in the entire portfolio, Déclaration, a masculine cologne by perfume Jean Claude Ellena, with a new flanker, out in the mainstream Cartier counters in October 2012.
Déclaration d’un Soir, a new fragrance for men, reprises the cold spices of the original, thanks to perfumer Mathilde Laurent’s idea of not messing with something good but going for a much more subversive interpretation in men’s fragrance. Essentially a huge rose with thorns, given the woody backdrop, it is boosted with cardamom and a very perceptible pepper spray top note to refresh and give piquancy. The woodiness comes from sandalwood.
A romantic and heady affair, in house Cartier perfume Mathilde Laurent revealed that she created it to “make the heart beat faster and to drive men to speak their minds.”
The concentration of Déclaration d’un Soir is Eau de Toilette, coming in 100ml/3.4oz sizes. The new bottle is identical to the classic Déclaration, with its watch wrist winder top, but with Déclaration d’un Soir written vertically under the name to denote the different take.