The lily-centric Baiser Volé (which translates to stolen kiss) from Cartier is a Mathilde Laurent creation. The perfumer wanted to explore how the whole of the flower, instead of just the bud, is translated to smell. The resulting product is far from your usual sweet florals, and is a tad more sophisticated than the rest without being overpowering. Its bottle is equally enticing, and appears to be shaped after a glamorous cigarette lighter. Baiser Volé was released in 2011 and has since been sold in 30, 50 and 100ml.