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Issey Miyake
L'Eau d'Issey Florale
844 ratings
Eau de Toilette, Female
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Florale is a ethereal skin scent that elegantly settles on the skin. Firnat rosebuds and yellow ginger lily top notes sail into a sweetly spiced mandarin orange heart. A dry down of alabaster smooth white woods reveals a polished and refined ending.
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  • Fresh53%
  • Light18%
  • Sweet9%
  • Strong9%
  • Warm5%
  • Powdery4%
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Issey Miyake is a Japanese fashion designer known for his innovations with fabric and his use of technology to produce interesting and practical garments.

Miyake's fashions and perfumes reflect a sense of humor and make use of multi-lingual puns. A-POC, for example, sounds like the English word "Epoch." When Miyake launched his first perfume, L'eau d'Issey for women in 1992, the name is a homonym for the French word l'Odyssée ("odyssey" in English). A Scent by Issey Miyake, launched in 2009, could be read as "ascent by Issey Miyake." Miyake also maintains a store in Japan called ELLTOB TEP ("pet bottle" spelled backwards) which sells his entire line.
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