Issey Miyake’s Eau Majeure Issey Shade Of Sea, when the sea warms up with the sun
Issey Miyake is an atypical character who likes to surprise while making creations with universal reach. So, when he imagined his very first perfume, he decided to take inspiration from water. What a funny idea to design a fragrance from a natural element that has no odor! Yet it is also the source of all life, indispensable to every man on this earth. The success was immediate and L’Eau d’Issey has never ceased to reveal to us new facets of its personality ever since. In 2017, she then gave birth to L’Eau Majeure d’Issey , a masculine essence between strength and fragility. This time, this perfume reinvents itself in a summer edition and becomes L’Eau Majeure d’Issey Shade Of Sea.
L’Eau Majeure d’Issey Shade Of Sea, an alliance of all natural elements
L’Eau Majeure d’Issey Shade Of Sea is one of the perfumes of the Issey Miyake collection which plunges us into the heart of the most beautiful splendors of nature. For this, its creator, Aurélien Guichard, has chosen to take us to the other side of the globe, to Japan. L’Eau Majeure d’Issey Shade Of Sea draws its inspiration from Zamami Island, located not far from Okinawa Island, in the heart of the Pacific Ocean. Here, the decor is that of a postcard. Imagine yourself: a green setting lost in the middle of the sea, surrounded by long white sand beaches, and swept by the sun. Well, these are precisely all these elements that we find in L’Eau Majeure d’Issey Shade Of Sea.
L’Eau Majeure d’Issey Shade Of Sea offers us an olfactory journey
Aurélien Guichard, famous perfumer from Grasse, has the heavy task here of embodying several natural elements at the same time. The water emerges from a heart of sea salt, associated with the freshness of lemon, bergamot and bitter orange. The earth, meanwhile, is interpreted by the aromatic breath of rosemary and the more floral scent of frangipani. Finally, the base of L’Eau Majeure d’Issey Shade Of Sea becomes warmer. Made up of cedar, sandalwood and ambergris, it is like the sun roaming this vegetal and infinitely lush territory.
A soothing blue invites itself on the bottle of Issey Miyake
From then on, only L’Eau Majeure d’Issey Shade Of Sea needed a bottle worthy of the name to make its appearance. To design his bottle, Issey Miyake called on Mai Hua, famous colorist graduated from the National School of Decorative Arts and well known in the world of cosmetics. Here, the artist has chosen the color blue to symbolize all the power of the ocean. In addition, note that this color has a universal scope and that it is the most popular with men on the planet. The name of this perfume, meanwhile, is displayed in a bright orange, enough to embody all the energy and ardor of this niche fragrance.