Nectar d’Issey Premiere Fleur
In the cool morning air, dew alights on petals. Still-dozing nature slowly awakens with the sunrise. An impatient flower opens gently, revealing itself, radiant, generous, bright. Time passes, unchanging. This is Première Fleur.
In an oblong bottle created by Todd Bracher, the new fragrance Nectar d’Issey, Première Fleur makes its debut. The bottle is clad in nude tones, variations of a delicately copper-colored rose. Drawn in broad strokes, the petals of an open, generous flower are revealed.
Time to bloom. A few cool, delicate dewdrops add the perfect touch to this new ode to nature: the opening of petals, blossoming flowers.
A delicate freshness appears in the top notes, with Asian pear and an accord of aqueous fruits. An ode to florality, the middle notes magnify the freshness of the peony accord and the opulence of the jasmine.
The soft, round base notes combine smooth, milky sandalwood with the cottony sweetness of white musk.