Discover our iconic fragrances redesigned by M. Lutens for a tribute to the Moroccan craftsmanship. A limited edition of three iconic fragrances by Serge Lutens - Ambre Sultan, Fleurs d'Oranger, La fille de Berlin - celebrating Moroccan craftsmanship.
Each bottle is inspired by the Moroccan tradition of zellige, a thousand year-old art form of mosaic tilework. Zellige is one of the main characteristics of Moroccan architecture and was used historically to decorate homes as a statement of luxury and sophistication.
‘'I can't imagine that Morocco would have resonated so strongly if it hadn't already been within me." Serge Lutens
Evoking a fragment of amber resin picked up by Serge Lutens during a wander through the souks of Marrakech, which lay forgotten for years inside a thuja wood box, this perfume marks a return to a focus on the identity and authenticity of unique ingredients.
"This fragrance is not an Oriental, but an Arab and a Lutens. That being the case, don't expect it to fit in. The point of departure was a scented wax, found in a souk and long forgotten in a wooden box. The amber only became sultanesque after I reworked the composition using cistus, an herb that sticks to the fingers like tar, then added an overtone that nobody had ever dreamed of: vanilla."