L’Homme Libre

L’Homme Libre

2011 Creation
Man Gender
Aromatic - Fougere Olfactory groups

Olfactory pyramid

Top Notes : Nutmeg, Rose-bay, Bergamot
Base Notes : Patchouli, Vetiver, Leather
L’Homme Libre
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The fragrance opens with fresh and spicy notes, then the heart goes more floral and aromatic, with basil, anis and violet. In the drydown, you’ll find a combination of patchouli, vetiver and leather. Perfumers: Olivier Polge and Carlos Benaïm, IFF.

At a glance

A fresh spirit of freedom


Following upon the success of L'Homme, and its nocturnal flanker, La Nuit de L’Homme, Yves Saint Laurent unveils a third olfactory chapter in the L’Homme saga: L’Homme Libre (The Free Man). Resolutely fresh and modern, the fragrance’s name was inspired by something Yves Saint Laurent (1936 – 2008) once said: ‘I speak to free men.’ The original L’Homme bottle has evolved towards a dark, almost electric-blue hue. For the launch, the house chose the face of the French dancer and choreographer Benjamin Millepied.


Eau de Toilette 1.3, 2, 3.4 oz.; After Shave; Shower Gel.


The cylindrical glass bottle with its hexagonal cap is garbed in a ‘smoky blue’ hue. The pump is an ‘almost electric blue’.

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