Stephane Humbert Lucas Crying of Evil Eau de Parfum is a unisex spicy perfume. Inspired by Charles Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du Mal. Poetic project of a lifetime, the artist expresses the paradox between evil and beauty, the eternal tug-of-war between man’s desire for the absolute and his attraction to vices. Evolving in a world populated by sensual creatures and monsters, the dandy poet alternates between moments of intense voluptuousness, ecstasy, pain and deep melancholy. A poetic alchemy tinged with leather, Myrrh, purple tears and rare flowers, Crying of Evil Eau de Parfum magnifies sensibility to the extreme and delivers, drop by drop, every emotion. An oriental fragrance with a powerful trail, animalic and intriguing. A hymn to the love of beauty. Leather, a subversive lounge, scrolls and soft-coloured skins. We are at the heart of some kind of long desire and never-ending time, which attracts your risks and perils. A violet-opera wraps itself around your ankles, the rose pricks your senses and slowly intoxicates you. The night cabaret looks like some kind of cage with half-open doors and purple fumes. Stay or leave. Stay a little longer, challenge the creature within us, take hold of it and talk to it, try a harp chord or a death grip. Walk on this thread on the brink of letting go, at the northern border of the body, for the body and the troubled mind. Play with these colourful, beautiful, dark notes, like something from a horror story. A sandalwood chandelier flickers, the walls film undulating silhouettes, idle and astonishingly beautiful ectoplasms, flower power and precious tobacco, Indian patchouli. We will have to leave this world and this world will mourn such passionate beauty.