Named after an Joris-Karl Huysmans novel from the late 1800s, Là-Bas is an olfactory exploration of a fantastical musing — imagine the Saint Sulpice church in Paris's 6th Arrondissement uprooted and transported to NYC's upper east side.
"Là-Bas is not a feel-good perfume, but it is about a feeling: the haunting sense that wherever you are, you wish to be somewhere else. Not here; over there. With bitter leather, dry patchouli, dark spices, and absolutes of Bulgarian and Turkish rose." - Règime des Fleurs
Notes: patchouli, oakmoss, leather, Bulgarian and Turkish roses, vegan castoreum
Perfumer: Dominique Ropion
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