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Serge Lutens Chergui by Serge Lutens for Unisex Launched by the design house of Serge Lutens in 2005, Serge Lutens Chergui for Unisex is recommended for casual use. Product Category: Fragrance Design House: Serge Lutens Introduced In: 2005 Recommended Use: casual Fragrance Notes: tobacco leaf, honey, iris, sandlewood, amber
The religion of iron needed a Virgin, and the Virgin, a lily. "Have you smelt it?" "Yes, I have." "And how is it?" "As striking as the fleur-de-lis seal on the arm of a criminal." "Never?" "And deep down, as itchy as a hair shirt on the skin. In fact, a sublime torture!
Chergui is named for the dry, desert wind that tears through Morocco in summer and brings life to a standstill. Like all of Lutens' magnificent scent creations, Chergui is high art captured in a bottle, a magical elixir that can instantly turn the most elegant of wearers into slavish wrist sniffers. Notes: honey, musk, incense, tobacco leaf, hay sugar, amber, iris, rose and sandalwood 50mL
Focusing on the years between 1967 and 1977 (when the famed stylist, designer and perfume creator was working for Dior), this book offers a look at never-before published material from one of Luten's makeup line campaigns. Hardcover. 176 pages. 14.8" x 11.3" x 1.1".
Santal Majuscule, which means "sandalwood with a capital letter", plays on the secular harmony of this creamy, smoky, almost floral note with roses. The unexpected twist is the addition of cocoa - not the dry, powdery type matched with patchouli in Borneo 1834, but a smooth touch of chocolate that marries with the milkiness of sandalwood in a subtly gourmand accent. Santal Majuscule Notes: Sandalwood, rose, cocoa, tonka bean 50mL