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It's clean, but it isn't as relentlessly clean as L'Eau Serge Lutens. Still, from a distance, the early stages teeter dangerously close to what I think of as "generic department store man smell, sportified", insofar as mint + ginger + chilly citrus are the hallmarks of the modern masculine...

by March It's been awhile since I annoyed readers with a quote from Perfumes: The Guide, so here's one for today, regarding Serge Lutens, taken (and condensed) from Luca Turin's review of El Attarine: I detect in many of the recent Lutens fragrances a growing impatience, a rising tone of...

Nuit de Cellophane was released by Serge Lutens in early 2009 as part of the brand's export collection. The press release for this fragrance includes a typically Lutensian snippet of prose-poetry and dialogue, but the sample-vial card offers a more concise description: "The night embodied in...

Serge Lutens will launch De Profundis, the latest addition to the exclusive range, in September. The fragrance was reportedly inspired by death, and named for an prose letter written by Oscar Wilde in prison. De Profundis is a floral unisex fragrance based on chrysanthemum; other notes...

$80 may seem like a big chunk of change for primer, but Serge Lutens Make Up Base is totally worth it. The reason we use foundation is to achieve that cherished porcelain look - but if a good base is missing, you simply won't. This is an often-overlooked essential step in the quest for...

To me, it would be sexy and comfortable on men or women. When I think of the man Serge Lutens, in my mind he is wearing Cuir Mauresque. I don't know Serge Lutens at all, but from his cryptic interviews and Confucius-like quotes, I imagine on first impression he might seem exotic and...

Coming in February from Serge Lutens will be Jeux de Peau ("Skin Games"), a new unisex addition to the export range. What we know so far: it was inspired by the smell of toast with butter, a smell dear to Lutens' childhood, and it might be a woody oriental. According to Osmoz , the notes...

by Tom Serge Lutens Fleurs De Citronnier I'm most likely the last person in the world to review this scent, but when I was at Barneys the worlds nicest SA gave me a sample so here we are. Created in 2004 and done by Chris Sheldrake, Fleurs De Citronnier is likely the most wearable, least...

SPRING: Lily of the valley, lilac, cassie (Tauer Carillon Pour un Ange, Frederic Malle En Passant & Une Fleur de Cassie) SUMMER: Citrus, green scents (Serge Lutens Fleurs de Citronnier, Atelier Cologne Orange Sanguine, Ormonde Jayne Frangipani) FALL: Spicy rose (OJ Ta'if, Tauer Incense Rose,...

Serge Lutens is nothing if not a man of surprises. Don't be surprised when his fragrances turn out to be the same. Bottle: A rectangular glass vial; filled with liquid the colour of a donut's jammy filling, or something more sinister. Fragrance notes: Gingerbread, gunpowder, tangerine,...