Summary: This is a very high-end perfume very different from what is mostly offered today by mass brands. I can wear it for months and re-apply it twice a day without feeling tired of it. I need to say that normally I avoid perfumes which are described as "floral". I think it is very difficult to make a realy good floral, but here is the case. This smells freshly cut flowers and they are real.
Pros: Delicate, Great Smell, Great Value, Not Overpowering, Sensual
Summary: I like a lot Nuit de Cellophane. Among the whole range of Serge Lutens, Nuit de Cellophane is a young, naïve spirit that probably feels a bit out of place surrounded by so many adult, mundande, exotic characters. The scent of this fragance transports me to my childhood itself: in our school´s playground there were some ornamental bushes that in spring bloomed with little, waxy, yellow-green flowers.
Summary: Nuit de Cellophane by Serge Lutens Green Note, Fruit Note, Jasmine, Osmanthus, Carnation, Lily, Muscs, Almond, Wood, Honey. After wearing this a few times, I've concluded that Nuit de Cellophane smells pleasant, but it opens like a hair care product. I can't put my finger on it exactly, but I'm certain I've used a shampoo that is strikingly similar.
Summary: Another magical fragrance imagined by Christopher Sheldrake for Serge Lutens (2009), this time employing osmathus up front with a subtle note of jasmine following not far behind. Six hours or so into the dry down I am left with an impression of sweet traces of Parma violet . A beguiling shadow of a perfume; reticent but sure of itself.