Sisley Eau du Soir Special Edition

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The house of Sisley will delight all fans of their cult fragrance with a new limited edition Eau du Soir 2010.

This time the new flacon arrives in two versions – combination of opposite colours – black and white. The flacons were inspired by Anish Kapoor’s latest exhibition at London’s Royal Academy of Arts. The black and white flacons are sprinkled with tiny red, black and white spots to give them a special dose of magic. Notes of the perfume remained the same as in the original edition

Refined, elegant and timeless: Eau du Soir appeals to women and reveals their femininity, charm and allure, at any time of the day or night.

The new fragrance is supposed to delight and please women during daytime wear. Sisley Eau du Soir 2010 is the flanker to 1999’s Eau du Soir and is created by Jeannine Mongin, Hubert d’Ornano and Isabelle d’Ornano.

Sisley Eau du Soir 2010 perfectly embodies a heaven sensuality, euphoric feelings and soulful peace. Perfume opens with iris, sandalwood and patchouli along with heart notes of amber, ginger, oak moss, pepper, musk, mandarin orange and calms on the skin with jasmine, clove and lily of the valley notes. Sisley Eau du Soir 2010 perfumes are elegant and stylish for most refined ladies.

 

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Sisley is already prepared for a new cold season and is launching the new versions just before Christmas time, so you can give this beautiful perfume as a gift to your friends or family. The fragrances can be purchased separately or in a set of two. Eau du Soir 2010 limited edition arrives on the market in November 2010. The limited series comprises only 7000 pieces.

 

 

 

 

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