Je Suis La Lune {I am the Moon ; a jasmine perfume}

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$6.00$235.00

A luminous jasmine floral perfume with a ‘pearl-like’ quality.  It is milky, and tropical, with a warm spice nuance in the drydown.

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It’s trilling to finally introduce the first in a new series that I have been contemplating for over a decade: Nocturnes.

Je Suis La Lune is our Nocturne no.1; an ode to the Moon, and its glorious, celestial beauty.  The Moon has inspired artists, musicians, poets, and philosophers for centuries…and for me, its luminous glow, like a silvery pearl in the night sky has been ever fascinating.

The Celtic festival, Imbolc, celebrating the first renewal of the earth in Spring has for its symbols, sheeps milk, and jasmine.  These influences found their way into the design of Je Suis La Lune, with its milky loveliness.

sample vials for EdP and VdP are 1/2 filled; perfume and voile parfum mini roller vials are filled.

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2 reviews for Je Suis La Lune {I am the Moon ; a jasmine perfume}

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    caroldawson (verified owner)

    A superb jasmine evocation, delicately and deliciously floral without any sugary sweetening–not merely lunar, but heavenly.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    smorey123 (verified owner)

    I stink (HA!) at naming scents; my vernacular for what I experience in the olfactory kingdom does not generally match the norm. So here goes: I am not generally drawn to floral scents, but, trusting Dawn as I have for many years, gave this a try. It IS floral, but deeper; imagine a still pool of jasmine that has been diluted by the scents of the world around it, on the shores, in the air. The nearby apothecary’s shop door was left open, the trees on the bank are wet and there is something SOMETHING you just can’t quite name that refuses to be stilled. Going with the theme of the name, the moon is out, waning crescent, and everything is still but you know it’s about to change. My take. Love it!

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