Anatole Lebreton

Bois Lumiere

Eau de Parfum

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I think this one is really weird, and not in a good way. I seemed to get some raspberry notes- but I couldn't I.D. anything else. Just unpleasant.
By   - retired from mount aukum on 5/29/2021
Ohhhh nope not for me. Something in here hit me right in the patchouli. Still dank even after scrubbing.
By   - Business from Boston on 11/9/2020
For me Bois Lumiere is all about the honey, which comes across as breathtakingly rich and realistic, with a provocative skank aspect or pong, as folks mention below -- to what degree, I think, will depend a lot on personal perception. Within the redolent, almost balsamic quality of the honey smell I can detect carnation, beeswax and cedar, especially, with sweet, spangly bits of fir balsam adding to the opulence. Long-lasting, great projection. I think I'm starting to love this....
By   - Publishing from Chapel Hill, NC on 12/9/2018
Bois Lumiere is a witty response to that sickly-sweet honey trend a while back -- honey it is, sweet it is not. The opening is sage and juniper and a nifty metallic that replicates how one's face feels after a morning without eye protection in desert sun. The honey enters like a meteor strike, accompanied by carnation and...let's say "etc," because the other flowers are non-entities. That awesome pong mentioned elsewhere comes and goes, and happiness prevails throughout the sun-blasted land.
By   - editor from Seattle on 5/11/2016
Incredibly reminiscent of Liaison de Parfum's "Resist Me." This is a little lighter, little dryer, slightly less headshop. It smells like one of those baskets of holiday potpourri which was supposed to smell like fir and mostly smells like filler.
By   - Bookseller from Los Angeles on 8/20/2015
I can clearly pick out all the notes described in this scent and they work beautifully together, but here's something that's not in the notes or the description: this is a skank monster! It is flat out the skankiest scent I've ever smelled. It's like if you took L'Air Du Desert Marocain by Andy Tauer (which I love) and put it on a vagrant. That's not a criticism. I think it's the sweetness of the honey in it that contributes most and it's really wonderful--way more complex and naturalistic than, say, "Honey" by Marc Jacobs, which I found synthetic and annoying. This smells like nature in all its aspects. I felt a little self-conscious wearing it to work, but I like it so much I think I might have to go for the full bottle.
By   - Web Developer from Boca Raton on 8/13/2015
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