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Luctor Et Emergo The People Of The Labyrinths for women

Luctor Et Emergo The People Of The Labyrinths for women
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Luctor Et Emergo is the first fragrance of the house of The People of the Labyrinths, introduced in 1997.

It is composed of aromas of green grass, white flowers, vanilla, almond, sour cherry and precious wood, as a memory of the 19th ct.fragrances. Spirit of explorers and sensual joy are evoked. This perfume is available as 100ml perfume, 100ml EDT and 200ml body cream. The nose behind this fragrance is Arturetto Landi.

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Grass White Flowers Vanilla Almond Cherry Woodsy Notes

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Luctor Et Emergo Fragrance Reviews

lilalina
lilalina

Opens like Marzipan and liquor cherries— fairly sweet, drydown is more subdued cherries and woods with slight bitterness from almonds. Very feminine

Apr
13
2016
miracleborgtech
miracleborgtech

Before I smelled this, and after reading the reviews, I didn't have a clue what to expect. Cherry, almond, fruity nutty vanilla - sounds like a recipe! Cookies? Play-doh? Liquor? Pipe Tobacco? Cult classic? What a mercurial perfume! It is really hard to put your finger on this one - I get all of them and none, depending on my mood and energy level.

Everything about Luctor Et Emergo is warm and cozy. I picture curling up on the couch wearing a favorite hand knitted cardigan. Refreshing my cherry lipbalm, after eating almonds and sipping wine all afternoon. Enjoying the feeling of comfort and relaxation. Its' accord is soft, sillage like a Pashmina shawl. It lasts a long time, and it's soothing when I am tired.

Mar
16
2016
shellb123
shellb123

This is what I have smelled in this fragrance so far: natural almond, hay, licorice or anise, Shalimar, something sweet. It's a nice fragrance, but not that unique to me.

Mar
12
2016
LauraB613
LauraB613

Smells like warm sweet wood.... and Play doh! Which is strangely comforting. Could be a winner if you love incense (and play-doh). It really is pretty but I can't think of a time when I'd want to smell like this in public.

Feb
07
2016
goldeneraglamour
goldeneraglamour

Said to be a cult classic and I can see why. When I first smelled it, I thought it was dominated by cinnamon but it turns out there isn’t any according to Fragrantica! I think this warm and spicy feel is coming from cherry and perhaps amber (also not listed.) I don’t get a PlayDoh vibe from it thankfully. Reminds me of warm, freshly baked cookies (like the scent of baked goods from Great American Cookies that fill up my local mall!) Simply scrumptious! A unique almond scent, a must-try for gourmand lovers.

Aug
11
2015
melia
melia

Ok I never thought I would stumble upon... A wearable and toned down version of Or du Sérail (by Naomi Goodsir)! Apparently it has the same sweetened woods that make me really think of it. I loved Or, but it was so hard to wear, it's a real syrup... Luctor et Emergo sits down to your skin, making it able to smell only when you stick your nose to it. But then on the other hand - does that make it worth a buy? That 100ml bottle would be finished in no-time with all the respritzing... The cherry-liquor is pronounced for a few minutes in the beginning, so if you would buy this only because you like cherries don't even bother. Nevertheless like I said, a nice sweet woody smell lingers softly for some time afterwards.

Jul
13
2015
ginnywho
ginnywho

This fragrance is one that dances a happy little tune and one I find adorable. It makes me think of elves and faeries dancing on a needle point - weird, huh? It is distinctive in its own way, and I find it tongue-in-cheek and mischievous. The cherries and almonds settle in just fine on my skin but disappears quickly. I'd buy more but I find the price outrageous.

Feb
05
2015
Roge'
Roge'

Looking at all the reviews, I know I'm in the wrong lane but i just wanna kick it with the women real quick...Let me see..This fragrance is 3rd floor, pink soap, Nordstrom's bathroom. Let me also note that this is a better version of Mazzolari's Alessandro. This cherry floral swooner should be worn in conjunction with your "let him have it" outfit for maximum impact. The drydown here is one to behold. Not listed in the notes is a feint cinnamon/sweet cigar accord to razzle your nose. A patchoulied play dough nuance hovers during this period(yep, the people were right about that one). One factor that's not getting a lot of praise is Luctor's amazing longevity. 8hrs ago, I was wondering will it last and 8hrs later I'm debating if I should interrupt the endurance by way of a shower. The hype is justified, a satisfying offering.

Nov
21
2014
kxnaiades
kxnaiades

I really really like this. Not quite a swoon worthy love but a firm like. It's Coca-cola's Dark Cherry Vanilla coke on me without the calories piling on. I got the incense vibe as well as the citrus note that some other reviewers have mentioned and I'm glad they were noticed by others...I thought my nose had gone wonky on me! Cherry like strawberry can get really artificial in perfume and that's not the case here. I thankfully don't smell the plastic/playdough/doll note that some reviewers have mentioned. I smell the cherry and although not exactly natural, it's close enough a mimic of the stone fruit to keep me satisfied. I adore how the bitterness of the almond here meshes well with the sweetness of the cherry vanilla. The sillage starts off quite good and by maybe the 8 hour mark it's closer to the skin but still detectable. It's really quite delicious and worth a try if you like gourmands with a bit of a twist. I find this interesting like how I find Comme des Garcons' Daphne interesting (although they are not the same type of scent at all). Full bottle worthy.

Oct
14
2014
Eloquaint
Eloquaint

I love Luctor et Emergo. It is a rare beast, a perfume both playful and beautiful, appealing to the kid in me as well as to the woman.

It opens with the smell of cherry cola and Play Doh. I love Play Doh. I keep a small can of it in my desk drawer to sniff when I need a pick-me-up, and it always works. Then the cherry matures into a pipe tobacco cherry and the smell of sweet almond comes out, reminding me of almond croissants and other delectable baked goodies. The dry down is a gorgeous vanilla incense, slightly plastic-y.

Fun and spirited and pretty and comforting. A perfume that will grow as you grow.

Aug
24
2014
bohobabe
bohobabe

This starts off as a spicy almond on my skin. When we first met, I didn't care much for its overly sweet demeanour. But I'm coming to terms with gourmand done right. As the minutes pass, it has now morphed into a cherry candy. I can't wait to see where it will take me next. Oh, here comes fluffy, cherry-scented powder. Mmm... I guess I smell delicious today. I'm wearing the last drops of my sample. I do wonder how it is like if sprayed on.

May
25
2014
polly golightly
polly golightly

mandorla, amarena, erba, note legnose e vaniglia. molto buono

Apr
11
2014
amyewest
amyewest

Smells like play-doh and pine sol over talcum powder. Looking at the notes list I can see how the cherry, vanilla, almond and wood notes could give that impression. Interesting, but not a scent I would want to wear. I don't smell any smoke though. Might have liked it if it were more cigar scented. Not sure.

Mar
28
2014
A. Rose123
A. Rose123

Oh, this is the childhood of Gen X and Gen Y. Jergen's "cherry almond" soap and cherry chapstick? Check! Benzoin cleaners for schools and public buildings? Check! The fibery-dry, inky smell of carbon report cards, and purple-printed "Ditto" sheets? Check! The salty, rose-violet-jasmine, powdery smell of "Playdoh","Cabbage Patch" dolls, "My Little Pony" and "Rose Petal Place" figurines -- as well as plastic, Halloween costumes? Check, check and check!

If you mix all those smells with the smells of adults and the neighborhoods and Nature we played in -- cherry-sweet cigars, woodfires and wet, pine trees and earth under starry skies, sun-baked fields of grass -- and that, pretty much, sums up "Luctor et Emergo" in one, nostalgic and evocative nutshell. No wonder it's a "cult fragrance". It's like a time-traveling memory potion from one of the story books we used to read from our kindergarten, cubby libraries.

Dec
14
2013
alittlebrittle
alittlebrittle

Smells of lipstick and Barbie furniture. In the best way. Not much of a statement, but the bottle, the name, and that plastic/cherry accord...make me feel...modern? Sweetly abstract? Like sipping boba-milk tea while reclining on white plastic chairs in the cafe next to MOCA in downtown L.A. There's something so future-from-the-past about this scent...like Space Odyssey. In the same way that L'Artisan fragrances are very Jules Verne to me.

Does this make any sense at all? o.O

The modelling clay (or, 'play-doh') accord here is most likely due to the use of heliotropin, a chemical derivative of the heliotrope flower. Poison has it in spades, as does Kenzo Amour...hate the former (80s frags! UGH!), like the latter, and it's a scent that you either love or hate, not much in between. I get the sweet hay side of the heliotropin here--well done POTL noses.

It is a joy; emotive, evocative. Reminiscent of Le Feu D'Issey...that milky almond, plus sweet tobacco...orgeat, amaretto, old books resting on time-worn and lovingly waxed mahogany. LOVE, and, as is the case with most complex fragrances (Tauer, L'Artisan etc etc), this is definitely one better sprayed liberally than merely sampled. I never knew how much I loved it until I choked and purchased the full-bottle parfum (very different from the EDT! Consider yourself warned!) directly from POTL. One can't indulge in a feast with a single bite. One to douse and savour.

Oct
13
2013
ranchorita
ranchorita

A sweet and creamy mélange of almond, cherry and vanilla, this reminds me of the heady bliss of walking into a tobaconnist's for the almost narcotic-sweetness of the fruit essences blended with tobacco - not for every taste (I've never been a smoker), but it's definitely a kind of perfume with the power to comfort and enthrall. Cherry pits contain cyanide, which is redolent of almonds, by the way, so the cherry/amaretto type accord is a hand-in-glove style combo that Nature herself first assembled. Vanilla is very easy to over-do for me, but the balance of the vanilla here is perfect and not overpowering. The woodsy undertones grant some structure that makes a nice framework for what could easily have tipped into a cloying, too-sweet accord. This is glorious.

Another thought-- I'm a fulltime older university student, and my young classmates almost monolithically adore sweet fruity fragrances, whereas I favor woody/spicy/orientals. This fragrance seems to bridge the gap, and yet manages to smell like nothing else I've experienced. There is a mere suggestion of the cherry/almond of my beloved Hypnotic Poison, but this one is not hammering a diner over in the next county while I'm wearing it.

On polarity, this says it's for women, but this is OMNI for me: whether male or female, the person who wears this may be in danger of being devoured, but what a way to go! This one is a definite stand-out for me, and is on my "want" list now.

Sep
08
2013
vitabhaya
vitabhaya

I was assaulted by a sharp/spicy yet intriguing cinnamon (?) tone for the first several minutes after application. I can pick out the almond, vanilla, and cherry from the start, giving this fragrance the feeling of smelling two radically different fragrances at once. One fragrance is squeeky red vinyl and the other of a sensual, mellow evening. After a while of this confusion, the jasmine winds around both scent trails and winds them into one fragrance. As the drydown begins, the cinnamon (?) takes over the spicy dissonance to a a powdery, comforting jasmine/almond/vanilla chord. Soon it begins its conversion from spicy/mellow to cherry and this mystery note fades to the background where it provides a delicious warmth. LEE is a 90s-esque odyssey in harmony and dissonance.

May
16
2013
anomie et ivoire
anomie et ivoire

A very 90s elixir of the champagne of cherry colas with a little wheatgrass on top. Health food stores and smoothie shops fade out into a cheeky woods, synthetics, and only the slightest illusion of dry tobacco. A tufted pillow roundness and softness to the sillage. Sparely modern though high femme. Definitely loud enough and long-lasting.

The pop art high-low mix is hardly worth the price (it's not the most subtle smell), but for a more unusual take on Hypnotic Poison and a less tooth-rotting iteration of Loukhoum's mood, this is a candidate for one of the more interesting powderpuff (though not *that* powdery) scents. 1960s coral nails with red lips, but this isn't a pin-up girl: more a proto-hippie who still goes in for glam.

Perhaps best for springtime, a fresh-milky stem edge sets Luctor Et Emergo apart from other stuffy, smoky indoorsy flirts. A sweet pleasure vibes daytime perfume, or, if worn at night, could be a contradictory intimation of naiveté set against leather and heavy liner. But if Luctor et Emergo were a look, it'd be artificial nails and loud makeup with a minimalist white Prada dress in some thinks-it's-so-knowing The Face or i-D editorial aping trip hop.

Apr
26
2013
kabelaced
kabelaced

Interesting perfume!

I kept wondering what the heck the name meant, and one quick Google search later, the phrase Luctor et Emergo means "I struggle and emerge." Interesting how they chose to name this perfume in Latin instead of the standard French most every other house uses.

This smelled woody and sweet in the vial, and my skin, it is lightly smokey wood of an indeterminate kind. I can understand how some people perceive the smell as Play-Doh like. There is a kind of salty dryness to it that reminds me of Play-Doh, but the drydown is soft, sweet nuts with just a little bit of wood.

I am happy to report that although this smells almondlike, it is not powdery smelling like some almondy perfumes can be. I like this perfume, and will try a few times more before deciding whether to buy a big bottle or not.

Mar
14
2013
sherapop
sherapop

I was reminded immediately of Lolita Lempicka FLEUR DEFENDUE upon donning The People of the Labyrinths LUCTOR ET EMERGO this morning. It was obviously the almond and cherry notes, which are rare enough and all the more in that particular couplet. Later in the day, I decided to see how close the two compositions really are and found that in fact FLEUR DEFENDUE is a lot sweeter and somewhat one-dimensional--more of a straight-up cherry and almond dessert perfume than this one is.

Relative to A*MAZE, LUCTOR ET EMERGO seems like a dessert perfume, but relative to FLEUR DEFENDUE, LUCTOR ET EMERGO seems like a much more sophisticated oriental perfume featuring something along the lines of ambergris in the base. No, it's not labdanum amber but the metal mesh texture I sense in the presence of ambergris.

I do not smell Playdoh or plumber's putty as others have reported. The Playdoh perfume to end all Playdoh perfumes remains to my nose Dior HYPNOTIC POISON. LUCTOR ET EMERGO, in contrast, really seems to me to be ambergris, and I'd love to hear from anyone who can confirm or deny the presence of that substance in this otherwise dessert-sounding line-up of notes. The longevity and sillage are excellent, and I find this creation to be every bit as well-made as A*MAZE. Basically, The People of the Labyrinths have created two perfumes to cover the two big categories which appeal to women most: candy and flowers. Here we have the box of candy, but it is considerably more complex than the usual suspects.

I really like this perfume and over the course of the day and especially after reapplying it, I have come to appreciate why it has a cult following. It takes a bit of time to wrap one's nose around, but in the end LUCTOR ET EMERGO commands respect.

Oct
08
2012
djgirl1976
djgirl1976

I had a sample of this and wore it on a few occasions, each time finding that I liked it a little less, and feeling it was more and more heavy and flat. Too much sweet and smokey. I couldn't wear this every day, but could from time to time. For the price, I don't think I have to have it, though.

Sep
26
2012
leeyah87
leeyah87

First thought that came to my mind when I sampled this was "Port-O-Potty". It smells just like the inside one of those portable restrooms. It also reminds me of a urinal cake. Quite disturbing :o/

Mar
19
2012
Tovah
Tovah

I think Luctor et Emergo is one of the most stunning, unusual, delightful perfumes I've ever smelled. Something about this stuff is magical on my skin. It begins with a boozy cherry liqueur, and warms to almond-tobacco-cognac. Occasionally I get whiffs of violin rosin, and old wood, which are personally evocative, but overall this is a fragrance entity in itself.

Jan
04
2012
zapling
zapling

Luctor et emergo smells like my favorite florist's shop, the one where i always suspect that, to raise sales, they have a scent generator hidden in a corner. That shop makes me want to linger there forever, maybe even train to become a florist myself. This perfume smells like a vanilla orchid in a lush rainforest. It is so delicious... Spicy, warm, earth-like, edible. I think it could even be worn by a man. It's extraordinary, yet light enough to wear in the day/to work. I think there's a fair amount of tonkabean in the base notes, although the ingredients above do not mention it. Applied in the morning, I can still smell it the evening of the next day.

Aug
13
2011
adrienn99
adrienn99

i love both cherries and almonds. i was flirting with this one for ages and thought i would be head over heels for this one..

Unfortunately i did not find much unique about it. Thing is only other fragrances popped my mind...like Ava Luxe's Kretek, Kenzo Jungle's Elephant and Les Nez's Bouche a Baie. These are not so similar at first - but somehow similar genre , maybe the clove-like upbeat they share with POTL.

Maybe if I had the chance to sniff it earlier then I would have more enthusiasm... dont get me wrong it is still a nice scent - well composed and harmonious and better than most out there nowadays.

Jun
05
2011
LaTanguera
LaTanguera

I love it to pieces, as it really brings on the almonds AND the cherries - and it has the woodruff scent, the coumarine, of dried woodruff and a May-Wine Cooler as well as mowed hay. For me it is mere Summer - a playful reminescence of outdoor life in the childhood

Feb
19
2011
Slack Alice
Slack Alice

I couldn't wait to try this one as I love almonds (not being a great fan of gourmands in general, I'd make a huge exception for almonds). But upon trying I really couldn't define the nuttiness, what I did get was the cherry, but whatever it is, it really is divine.
I would classify this as a unisex fragrance, the sweetness of the cherry is tempered by the woody notes, something in this takes me to a comforting 'cherry pipe tobacco' memory, but this might just be me!
I must smell this on another sometime, it just has a special combination of notes that I find unique and quite magical.

Feb
15
2011
elusivek
elusivek

I am one of the lucky few that this blooms on :)

I get luscious creamy almond cherry on a subtle wood base. I don't get the grass and floral unless that's what makes the "sour" cherry softer and sweet without being syrupy.

I can't get over how this scent affects me. I am generally hesitant about saying I love anything (I'm a fickle perfumista most times) but I really really love this!!

Oct
01
2010
gypsykitten
gypsykitten

I don't dislike this scent. If we had a neutral category in our profile page, this would go there. It doesn't smell as expensive as it is. I think if I order a Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab's oil with cherry in it, it will smell similar and I'll save myself well over $100. I will use up my sample, but won't go looking for a bottle. Thank you, kind member, for the sample!

Sep
19
2010
lopezannie
lopezannie

I dont know what I was thinking when I spent almost 200.00 dollars to smell like Real Kill Spray mixed with Playdoh. Far from being an exquisite fragrance, it smells like insecticide with plasticine. By the way, the few times i wore it, people told me I smelled like a "Botanica Store", in other words, like those stores you go to buy spiritual baths, hoodoo products, santeria and witchcraft tools. Not recommended!!

Jun
26
2010
adele l
adele l

This certainly is unique but all i smell is nauseating grape-artificial and sweet- it must not agree with my chemistry- potl was a scrubber for me!

May
18
2010
Jillzilla
Jillzilla

Thanks to a generous fragrantica member, I tried a sample of the EDP yesterday, and it has completely blown my mind. It's absolutely AMAZING.

At first it smells like cherry cone incense--smokey and woody, with cherry and a little vanilla. As the scent warms up, it becomes sweeter, but it stays very woody on me. (UPDATE: I must add that after a good three hours wearing it, the fragrance is going strong and the cherry is re-emerging as a dominant note. Oh, how I love this fragrance!)

I find this scent experience grounding and invigorating at the same time. This is EXACTLY how I want to smell, and it makes me feel more like "me".

Feb
03
2010
Mals86
Mals86

Not for me, thanks. Smells a great deal like sour cherry candy to me; I can't imagine wearing it.

Dec
03
2009
Kterhark
Kterhark

(Review of EDT Version)
I asked for a sample of this becaues Lucky Scent rated it so highly (as a cult favorite). Note to readers: trust the Fragrantica community first. This was just a stinker for me, sorry, can't think of a more eloquent way to state it. It goes from nasty harsh, to playdough, to out-dated bottle of vanilla in the spice cabinet.

Aug
09
2009
asilverfire614
asilverfire614

This is quite a unique fragrance! Opening notes were very alcoholic - I was almost reminded of brandy or rum. After half an hour or so, I could really smell the sour cherry and almond notes. Dry-down was mostly vanilla almond on my skin.

My partner said it smelled like baby powder for the first few minutes, but I disagreed! :) Very sweet and gourmand, but not headache-inducing. I can see this being great in the fall and winter.

Mar
01
2009
VioletLily
VioletLily

WHOA!!! This took me back on a trip to somewhere in my childhood - and I don't know where - not a nasty memory, but it felt extremely odd all the same. I also got images of wandering through antique shops, not an old musty smell, but maybe of when you open an antique wardrobe in which someone kept their perfume in, so, hmmmm yes, antiqueish I guess, but not in a bad way.
If it's a seasonal fragrance, it's definitely autumn or winter for me. Occasionally, heat seems to bring something out in it which I am not partial to. At different times, I get the dried cherries and marzipan, but then other times, I don't get them at all. Maybe a touch of vanilla with spice and incense of some kind.

More than anything, it's a very emotive fragrance for me, and if I can get past where this perfume takes me in my childhood, we just might get along...very well.

Unfortunately, the man does NOT like it. Yet I find it strangely captivating.

Jan
17
2009
HeatherStarr2424
HeatherStarr2424

I can really smell the almond and cherry. But not much else for my somewhat non-trained sniffer. It's quite stong and unusual.

Jan
09
2009
coco76
coco76

I had to try this one, as its considered by many to be a 'cult fragrance' and i was curious to see what it was about. to me, it DOES smell a lot like play-dough, but with an extra bit of sweetness to it. this perfume is kissing cousins to 'Lea' by Calypso St. Barth, and has that whole comfort/warm smell to it. its probably the almond/vanilla combination. not a rave for me.

Nov
21
2008
rebella
rebella

A fellow fragrantica member send me a small sample of this perfume.

It is so nice, tender, sensual and delicious. It is creamy, powdery and longlasting. The cherries smells very good and I like everything about it. But... there is always a but, isn´t it? It remind a lot of Kenzo Amour (at least on me) actually this fragrance makes me realise how much I like Kenzo Amour. Luctor et Emergo is a bit sharper, fruitier and have some kind of edge that Kenzo Amour lack. Do you really like cherries I recommend you go for this one, otherwise I think actually Kenzo Amour could be a good choise, since it is easier to get your hands on and much cheaper also.

But I do love my little sample, and will miss it very much when it isn´t any left. Try it, I think you most likely will like it.

Nov
21
2008

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