Serge Lutens is a multi-talented artist whose careers encompass fashion design, perfume design, hair styling, photography and film-making. Born in France in 1942, Lutens began his apprenticeship as a hairstylist in Lille, where he also began to experiment with cosmetics and photography. He moved to Paris in the 1960s to work as a makeup artist for Vogue magazine. He worked with top photographers and models of the period, and in 1967, Lutens was commissioned by designer Christian Dior to produce a line of cosmetics.

Lutens embarked on his own venture, Parfums-Beaute Serge Lutens, in 2000. Lutens creates his perfumes in close collaboration with perfumer Christopher Sheldrake. The brand emerged at a perfect time, when the internet made e-commerce and social networking available and allowed exclusive and unusual perfumes to be obtained and discussed–the “cult” and “niche” fragrances of which Serge Lutens fragrances are a perfect example.

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Arabie
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Arabie

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Full of dark drama and positively loaded with exotic spices and fruits, Serge Lutens Arabie is as rich in character
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Chergui

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A fire fanned by the wind, a desert in flames. As if bursting from the earth, Serge Lutens Chergui, a
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Datura Noir

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Seductive and mesmerizing, this takes the familiar theme of white flowers, coconut and vanilla and puts a dark and mysterious
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Dent de Lait

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We often look back on milestone events from our childhood with great poignancy, recalling the feeling of innocence and wonder,
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Five O’Clock Gingembre

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The legendary olfactory magician, Serge Lutens, leaves Orient and takes us on a journey to England. Serge Lutens Five O’Clock
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La Fille de Berlin

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Serge Lutens La Fille de Berlin translates into ‘The Girl from Berlin’. This eau de parfum from Serge Lutens takes its inspiration from German-American
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Santal Majascule

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Now that Santal Blanc has been shifted to the exclusive Palais-Royal collection, Serge Lutens’s export line was bereft of a