The popular 90s women’s perfume L’Eau d’Issey from Issey Miyake, conceived as a fragrance as pure as spring water, unites the scents of waterfalls, flowers and spring forests.
The original was launched in 1992 and it was followed by many editions over the years. In the spring 2016, the collection will be joined by a new variation, L’Eau d’Issey Pure.
The new fragrance is announced as the second chapter in the history of L’Eau d’Issey. L’Eau d’Issey Pure is of aquatic character, without citruses and with sensual and carnal undertones, evoking the scent of water on the skin of a woman.
The composition begins with a marine accord. Orange blossom, Damask rose, jasmine and lily form the floral heart of the perfume. The base features sultry accords of gray amber and musky cashmere wood. The simple design of the bottle recalls a drop of water and retains a certain resemblance to the original. The nose behind this fragrance is Dominique Ropion.