Sisley’s Eau du Soir fragrance gets new limited edition

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Sisley launches the 11th edition of their iconic Eau du Soir in a luxurious, glamour and stylish bottle. Sisley Eau du Soir has an elegant, classic and intense smell that will tantalize and surprise any men. Its bright golden and red colors add chic and a priceless taste to its appearance as well as delicate and precious smell.

Created by perfumers Jeannine Mongin, Hubert d’Ornano and Isabelle d’Ornano, the composition of Eau du Soir remains unchanged. This beautiful, complex, layered, and very rich collection has offered charismatic balance of contrasts of flowers, chypre and citruses notes for years. All its notes are well balanced creating an ideal, pleasant aura. It blends mandarin and grapefruit along with carnation, precious iris, jasmine, labdanum, ylang-ylang, rose, patchouli, moss, lily of the valley, juniper berries, pepper and syringe. The base delights with amber and musky notes.

Sisley Eau du Soir Limited Edition 2012 Flacon Box

The flaon s colored in red cherry color, and the details of the flacon are in gold. The sculpted stopper, made of 18 carat matte gold, is the work of artist and sculptor Bronislaw Krzysztof, who made all characteristic Eau de Soir editions to date. Te letters on the the flacon are in purple and they inscribe the name of the perfume and the names of Count Hubert d’Ornano and Countess Isabelle d’Ornano to whom the fragrance was originally for and dedicated to.

The special edition, limited to 8,000 units around the world, will become available as 100 ml Eau de Parfum in November for €195.

Slisley Eau de Soir 2012

 

 

 

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