Nuit De Cellophane Perfume by Serge Lutens, Released in 2009, Nuit De Cellophane is a women’s floral perfume with white floral, fruity, floral, sweet, soft spicy, and citrus main accords.
This scent was developed by perfumer Christopher Sheldrake, who has worked with Quest International and Chanel. This scent has apricot, mandarin, osmanthus, and white flower fragrance notes. With soft sillage and moderate longevity, this fragrance works well on spring days.
Serge Lutens began his career at a hairstylist in Lille, France before moving to Paris and becoming a hair and makeup artist for Vogue Magazine in the 1960s and a photographer and a filmmaker in the 1970s. In 1980, he began working with Shiseido, the Japanese cosmetics company, on marketing, particularly in branding, packaging, and cosmetics design. With Shiseido’s backing, Lutens launched his own fragrance brand in 2000, creating perfumes in collaboration with Sheldrake. Other product offerings include cosmetics and scarves. The company and the boutique are located in Paris.