L'Eau d'Issey by Issey Miyake is an “Eau de Parfum” with aquatic floral aromatic notes, inspired by water, a symbol of purity, freshness and vitality, and which gives us a pleasant feeling of calm and tranquility.
This fragrance was created in 1992 by the perfumer Jacques Cavallier, and was the first perfume of the firm, with an oriental mentality, since its designer is Japanese. It is the ode to an original way of seeing the world from a Zen perspective, where silence and peace are key elements, and those characteristics, then, are what the perfume transmits to us by spraying it on our skin.
Lotus flower, freesia, rose and calone are the notes responsible for opening this floral olfactory experience, to which we can then add osmanthus and lily; finally we close this harmonious cycle with sandalwood, virgin cedar and musk ambrette.
WATER ON THE FEMALE SKIN. It is said that the best scent that exists is that of pure water resting on the woman's skin, and this is exactly the objective pursued by the designer when creating this perfume.
SYMBOLIC BOTTLE. We have already said that water plays a very important role in this fragrance, so its bottle symbolizes a drop of water. Made with glass and finished with a majestic silver stopper.