Fleurs d’oranger is the happy memory of Serge’s arrival in Morocco in 1968, the shock to the senses of his first encounter with the amazing aromas and his wonderment at the women who were hitting the orange blossom in large white sheets. Unquestionably the scent of happiness!
Why we're addicted: “It’s within us.” Mythical, Classical, Radiant
Olfactory: Light floral fragrance
Orange Blossom, Jasmine of Egypt, White Rose
Serge Lutens reveals through his perfumes the essence of the myths that populate our dreams and live in our imagination. His creations are neither reconstitutions nor dependent on ancient formulas. Instead, Serge Lutens captures the spirit of perfume, combining in subtle harmony the rarest, most authentic essences. He constructs a universe of perfumes that is liberated from conventions and explores forgotten territories, territories abandoned by contemporary perfumery.
Ingredients + Benefits
Alcohol, parfum, dipropylene glycol, aqua, linalool, butyphenyl methylpropional, geraniol, eugenol, butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane, citronellol, benzyl benzoate, limonene, benzyl salicyate, bht, farnesol, benzyl alcohol, isoeugenol, hydroxycitronellal, citral, CI 14700, CI 19140
*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
Serge Lutens, the man behind the brand, is considered an artistic legend with creative endeavours that include photography, filmmaking, perfume art-direction and fashion. Serge Lutens draws inspiration from many sources, from his beloved Marrakesh, where he lives part of the year, to literary and visual descriptions of fragrances that move him.
His exclusive boutique Les Salons du Palais Royal, in Paris is considered by many to be the most beautiful perfumery in the world.
"A unique place in the world where one would come as an enlightened being to define oneself through one's perfume, in order to stand out from the identity-free crowd which previous times had imposed upon us." - Serge Lutens
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