Cachet noun ca·chet | \ ka-ˈshā \ cash-a
Definition of ‘cachet’
1 a: a seal used especially as a mark of official approval
b: an indication of approval carrying great prestige. An indication of being respected or admired.
e.g. The billionaire placed his cachet on the project.
2 a: a characteristic feature or quality conferring prestige
e.g. the possession of an Elysium luxury stateroom is a cachet of exclusivity and elegance
e.g. No other aged care residence had quite the cachet as Elysium Cruise Residence®