Cult-favorite fragrance house Le Labo debuted in 2006 and gained immediate renown for its subtle, striking scents, apothecary packaging and distinctive naming convention. Each name consists of a word and a number: the most prominent note and the quantity of notes in the composition.
☑ Santal 33: a introduction of cardamom, iris, violet and ambrox, which brings to the smoking wood alloy of Australian sandalwood, papyrus and cedarwood some spicy, leathery, musky notes.
☑ Rose 31: a fragrance alternating feminine and masculine with the centifolia rose, quickly picked up by warm, spicy and woodsy notes such as cumin, olibanum, cedar and a touch of amber, guaiac wood and cistus.
☑ The Noir 29: a scent combining depth and freshness and softness and strength through permanent oscillation between the light of bergamot, fig and bay leaves and the depth of cedarwood, vetiver and musk, while a special extraction of black tea leaves brings the formu
la a dry, leafy, hay tobacco feeling.
☑ Another 13: an addictive eau de parfum created in collaboration with AnOther Magazine, with notes of ambroxan, jasmine petals, musk, moss and woody ambery notes.