Etat Libre d'Orange Secretions Magnifiques Eau de Parfum


Etat Libre d'Orange Secretions Magnifiques Eau de Parfum

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Like blood, sweat, sperm, saliva, Secretions Magnifiques is as real as an olfactory coitus that sends one into raptures, to the pinnacle of sensual pleasure, that extraordinary and unique moment when desire triumphs over reason. Masculine tenseness frees a rush of adrenaline in a cascade of high-pitched aldehydic notes. The sensation of freshness is gripping. Then the fragrance reveals a metallic side, precise and as sharp as unappeased desire. We are on a razor-edge... skin and sweat mingle, and tastes of musk and sandalwood. The slightly salty marine effect stirs, arouses, and sets your mouth watering. Tongues and sexes find one another, pleasure explodes and all goes wild. Confusion reigns supreme. A subversive, disturbing perfume. It’s love or hate at first sight. Sensuous jousting is rarely satisfied with half-measures... In between Don Juan and the woman who offers herself, arms are laid down... Who will be the first to surrender? With almost a cult of love or hate, Secretions Magnifiques shook up the perfume world when it was launched, and it still does. A work of conceptual perfumery designed to speak to all the senses at once. One rule: attraction and repulsion. Awards: 5-stars from Luca Turin (Perfumes: The Guide).

Fragrance Family:

Main Notes:
Marine Accord, Aldehyde, Milk Accord, Adrenaline Accord, Sandalwood, Opoponax

Eau de Parfum

We couldn't think of one.

Made in France

Fragrances should make us think - in fact, shouldn't they make us feel? Secretions Magnifiques is a conceptual fragrance, and speaks a message as to the nature of perfumery. Can we bracket the hedonistic, pleasure-driven aspects of ourselves and truly be objective about scent? Here Secretions Magnifiques asks: what do we accept as clean and sacred, and what do we reject as dirty and profane? ... making the boundary line blurry in the process. Can we appreciate the artistic realism of a scent like this, or are we too wrapped up in notions of purity, freshness, and cleanliness? This is the manifest power of fragrance - it excites, disgusts, and can subvert the norm. This is Etat Libre d'Orange at their worst, which, is indeed their best.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews

After reading all the skanky reviews of this fragrance, I was quite surprised to find it very fruity at first. Then the jarring weirdness hits. I felt a bit queasy until the middle notes came out, most likely because I don't enjoy melon that much but once it had dried down, the last few hours were quite nice. Definitely a fragrance to go easy on, especially in the hotter months.


Amazing scent like nothing I’ve smelled before - odd and alluring and I find myself continuously returning to it to smell again.