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    Default Serge Lutens: Current Release Status

    With all of the changes in Serge Lutens's distribution in the last few years, can anyone provide an up-to-date list of which fragrances are in the export line indefinitely, in the export line temporarily, and in the non-export line? Does that middle category even exist anymore?

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    Default Re: Serge Lutens: Current Release Status

    I assume that the "export" line is the one that you can see on their website, under "purchase online USA" (the flacons and Paris exclusives can only be purchased online in Europe). I'm not sure about the "temporary" status - after all, everything is temporary, some exclusives have been moved to the export line, and viceversa.

    My problem here is that US stores that sell Lutens do not necessarily carry the whole export range - for instance, here in DC you cannot find stuff like Borneo or Chergui.

    cacio

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    Default Re: Serge Lutens: Current Release Status

    cacio, its like that all over the world. We have plenty of Chergui / Borneo 1834 here but no bois et violette.

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    Default Re: Serge Lutens: Current Release Status

    CS:

    now that you point this out...

    I haven't seen BdV here in the US either, so I actually assumed it was a Paris exclusif. However, it's online available for a whopping $200 (versus $140). At these prices, the exclusive flacon is more convenient (EUR 120 for a larger quantity). It's on my to buy list (together with Iris Silver Mist and Sarrasin). Next time in Paris...

    cacio

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    Default Re: Serge Lutens: Current Release Status

    I need to smell SIM & Sarrasins.

    Bas de soie & Cuir Maureque are available here but not some older ones like Un Bois Sepia and Bois et Fruits.

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    Default Re: Serge Lutens: Current Release Status

    Regrettably, Bas de Soie is polluting the air this side of the ocean too.

    cacio

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    Default Re: Serge Lutens: Current Release Status


    Quote Originally Posted by cacio View Post
    Regrettably, Bas de Soie is polluting the air this side of the ocean too.

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