Essential and timeless: the scent of water, with a touch of delicacy and poetry.
Delight your senses with L’Eau d’Issey Eau de Toilette, the first aquatic floral fragrance for women by Issey Miyake. Inspired by water, it tells for the first time the purity and luxury of the essentials. Discover a timeless, elegant fragrance as clear as spring water, combining aquatic freshness with the fragrance of flowers and the scent of springtime forest. With each creation, Issey Miyake cultivates the luxury of the essential, a minimalist approach to design in which every element chosen has a special value. Issey Miyake wanted to present L'Eau d'Issey Eau de Toilette in a design that could transcend the boundaries of time and fashion. For the bottle, he imagined a sharp and slender silhouette, whose lines recall a suspended drop. The metal cap, topped by a ball, evokes a personal memory: a night in Paris where the moon was shining at the top of the Eiffel Tower.
A fragrance whose scent evokes that of a drop of water on a woman’s skin.
L’Eau d’Issey Eau de Toilette is a floral aquatic fragrance for women.
In the top notes floats a floral duo made of lotus accord and rose.
The heart notes convey a light sensuality, combining a lily accord and a fresh floral bouquet.
The precious woody base notes complete the olfactory trail brilliantly.
Lotus Rose Accord
A delicate and powdery lotus rose accord enhances the fresh and aquatic facet of the fragrance.
At the heart of the fragrance lies a floral bouquet full of softness with peonies and white lilies.
Exotic wood, amber, sandalwood, musk and cedarwood provide the fragrance with a long lasting trail.
A COMMITMENT to NATURE
Did you know?
Issey Miyake draws his inspiration from nature.
His unconditional respect for what is essential fuels his desire to create and inspire. It also fosters his sense of responsibility: taking better care of the materials he works with and committing to an inspirational and transformative design. This is how Issey Miyake Parfums is making a positive change possible by minimizing the environmental impact during product design.