In December 2013 Issey Miyake adds another fragrance to the collection Pleats Please – the fresher and feminine Pleats Please L’Eau in a flacon with the same geometric shape as prevoious editions, with pale green fluid inside.
Transparent glass cut the shades of green fluid announcing freshness exuded by this composition inspired by spring that allures smiles and feeling of happiness and dash. Pleats Please L’Eau is signed by perfumer Aurelien Guichard, created of the first fragrance of the Pleats Please collection, who built the new composition on the concept of “weightless freshness”. The perfume abounds in airy nuances, luminous fresh accords and gentle spicy threads.
Pleats Please L’Eau opens with wild rose aromas providing playful freshness and femininity. Focus of the initial floral notes is on the young green buds of wild roses that have not started blooming yet and allude youth and energetic awakening of spring. The heart introduces feminine Bulgarian rose combined with pink pepper and neroli blossom, accompanied by sensual accords of white musk, patchouli and cedar in a base, creating a fine fragrant mist similar to aquarelle