Gold-infused water meets molten rock. A radiant haze of mist and smoke. The alchemical fusion of shadow and light…
A new vision of a classic of masculine perfumery, filtered through the mysterious vapours of an aromatic note, prized for millennia throughout the Eastern world: Incense.
The transmutation of an icon: Issey Miyake’s Oriental Tales
When Issey Miyake launched L’Eau d’Issey pour Homme in 1994, he pioneered a new type of masculine fragrance. An innovative blend of force and freshness, inspired by the power of water.
In 2016, the designer infused the addictive warmth of amber into the signature structure of his iconic scent, a fine-tuned balance of citrus, spices and woods.
Matching Japanese aesthetics with Oriental intensity, L’Eau d’Issey pour Homme Noir Ambré turned water into light.
Turning water into a haze of gold: L’Eau d’Issey pour Homme Or Ences
Today, Issey Miyake introduces the second opus of his Oriental Tales. Composed, like the first, by the perfumer Christophe Raynaud,
this new Eau-riental scent for men exalts one of the noblest ingredients of perfumery: Incense.