Summary: A big no from me. Powder, soapy and sharp. Mothballs is all I get after dry down. Slight heachache to top it all off. I admire the quality and craftmanship of Serge fragrances and can understand what others may love about the ones I dislike but they certainly are hit and miss for most.
Summary: I bought a la nuit and used it for a couple of weeks and returned it to Barney's for another SL scent. A la nuit smells nice but it just does not have any lasting power people said they could only smell a faint scent of something on me.
Summary: A whole bunch of jasmine, sharpened by clove. I prefer Sarrasins--it's also a heady jasmine, but the additional notes seem to blend better with it. Actually, I prefer the jasmine in The pour un Ete to both of these--it can be sprayed on without fear of suffocating yourself.
Summary: One of the things that I've learned in the months that I've been sniffing is that I'm not crazy about white florals. While I consider this an exemplary manifestation in perfume form of a true jasmine scent, I don't like wearing anything this sweet myself. If you like jasmine, however, I would definitely say you need to try this one, it's rich, creamy, long-lasting and so true to it's model in nature.
Summary: Serge Lutens A la Nuit is jasmine "unleashed". Unfortunately, with my chemistry, jasmine that is not "tempered" by other ingredients is a bit too much. It's a very quality jasmine note that dominates this perfume, however, and for that, I will not rate this one lippie..
Summary: I received this in a multi-sample MUA swap. I have been experimenting with various Serge Lutens fragrances, and I had my doubts that I would really like this one, because I've not previously been a huge fan of full-on jasmine fragrances on me. My first-five-minutes reaction to A la Nuit seemed to confirm my suspicions that this was going to be too-too jasmin-y for my tastes. Early on, it's a really heady, strong jasmine.
Summary: Let me preface it by saying that I absolutely love Jasmine, and it smells great on my skin. I have ordered a sample of this fragrance from aedes in hopes that this would be my signature fragrance. Alas, after about 10 minutes of very light application (mind you, I didn't spray it!), this became too much to bear! Its overwhelming, heady Jasmine. Not buying it.
Summary: A la Nuit is definitely a heady jasmine, very heady and a lot of jasmine. It is an 'I will take you by the snoot and all you will smell around you will be jasmine' sort of character. Upon initial spray I do get a slight BO note, but I think this is just the nature of the jasmine scent itself. After about 20 minutes my head is reeling as this is a dizzying jasmine. Did I mention that it was heady?
Summary: Pungent, heady, confident jasmine. I totally get the reference to hot, sultry nights in a tropical/sub-tropical climate. This is a fantasy fragrance. But in reality I am a northern gal so this doesn't work for me.