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Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Issey Miyake City Blossom Fragrance

Issey Miyake City Blossom Fragrance

A couple of weeks ago I popped along to the launch of Issey Miyake's new limited edition fragrance, City Blossom. The scent was inspired by the poetic and colored works of french artist, Mademoiselle Maurice.

Issey Miyake City Blossom Fragrance


As the morning are getting lighter and the sun is shining, I'm totally ready to embrace all things spring and wave a farewell to my warm musky fragrances of winter and embrace light floral scents. City Blossom has been named as such, as the fragrance tries to encapsulate the short-lived moment where a flower blossom appears in the city. Combining pink pepper, lemon, magnolia, fresesia, crystalline musk and woody notes the scent does have depth and warmth - which I find lacking in many light floral fragrances.

The bottle is the classic Issey Miyake shape, however, I'm not a massive fan of the silver colouring at the bottom, so is one for my dressing table draw rather than to be displayed proudly. Although priced at £51/50ml, Debenhams currently have 10% of the RRP - at £45.90.


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