Serge Lutens

Le Participe Passe

Eau de Parfum

Femme
  Unisex
Masc
Le Participe Passe Sizes Available:
50ml $150
100ml $230
0.7ml
0.7ml sample $4
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Reviews
Here's what other people are saying about Le Participe Passe...
This is a unique scent. I recieved hints of leather, caramel, and resin. I experienced this fragrance to be quite sexy and appealing for a gentleman.
By   - CEO from Minnesota on 8/27/2020
Smells like celery right out of the bottle; then like burnt Chinese food on the skin. An absolutely disgusting fragrance, even for a "challenging" accord. I almost can't believe it was intended to smell good, instead of being a practical joke, like nasty-flavored gum. My first from this house. It was so foul that I have no faith anything good can come from them.
By   - Instructor from Akron on 6/6/2020
hey remember when we were younger and you used to come visit me secretly in my boyfriend's apartment? you always showed up in your heavy wool sweater even though it was only early fall. we made this weird drink: coffee, chocolate liqueur, and was it rum too? i don't remember now. but hey i found your old sweater and it still smells like that drink. haha
By   - Philosopher from Houston on 12/10/2019
Absolutely sickening. Might come in handy If you run short on syrup for your pancakes. Other than that - stay away. I had two samples and poured them both down the drain. The one star is for creativity, since I (thankfully) believe there is no other scent on the market today that smells quite like this one.
By   - Attorney  from New York on 2/22/2019
a huge fan of SL, I was hypnotized by this fragrance...the layers of exotic, warmth and sweet underlying richness left me craving this scent and given the base centered in patchouli I was in love...bravo SL!
By   - Marketing from Chicago on 1/12/2019
Hmm... I think Serge has adopted the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" philosophy. Or maybe he's trying to backpedal after his recent ventures away from his usual recipe of stewed fruits and deep, oaken, burnished textures. LPP is just not... striking or innovative. It owes much to CHENE, CUIR MAURESQUE and ARABIE, in fact LPP might cursorily pass for one of these. This boasts the rich, dark "roasted" quality SL is famous for, yet its topnotes-- citric and herbal-- seem halfhearted and perfunctory here, veering dangerously into department store-tier men's fare. I can't say I'm inspired. But it basically "smells good", and maybe that's enough for most.
By   - artist from boerne, TX, USA on 10/6/2018
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