Carmen is a fictive female gypsy created by Prosper Mérimée. She first appeared in Mérimée's eponymous novella that was first written and published in 1845. The novella was adapted into a variety of different genres, most notably the opera Carmen by French composer Georges Bizet which diverges in significant points from Mérimée's original story.
Whatever the version, Carmen is generally depicted as a classic femme fatale who would take advantage of her beauty and charm to make men fall for her but quickly break the relationship once she is bored of her wooer and then looks for the next victim. Carmen is also usually seen smoking tobacco because she had once been working in a tobacco factory.
Carmen is the Initial Persona of Anne Takamaki. She is seen wearing a panther mask and red flamenco gown with various roses attached on it. Two miniature gentlemen with heart-shaped caskets encasing their heads have their necks tied at each end of a long rose stem.