Testers are even more discounted than the fancy boxed versions and are great if you don't have a need for the fancy packaging.
Testers are 100% authentic, fresh and completely full just like the original fragrance, however they are meant for the counter in a department store.
Testers often come in a plain white box but sometimes they do not have a cap or box.The savings on the packaging means you save even more!
Unboxed items are a great way to save! They are the same as the boxed version, always original, fresh and authentic.
Why are they unboxed?
Sometimes boxes can be damaged in transit, torn, or in less than perfect condition.
We can buy these items cheaper than the boxed versions and we pass the savings on to you.
Be sure to take advantage of great unboxed deals!
L'eau D'issey Shade Of Sunrise Perfume by Issey Miyake, Wake up each day feeling energetic and inspired when you spritz on L'eau D'issey Shade of
Sunrise, a dazzling women's fragrance. This captivating perfume mixes floral, woody and citrus accords for a bright and airy elixir that works perfectly for the spring and summer seasons. Top notes of elegant jasmine, vibrant frangipani, zesty lemon and sparkling bergamot create a luminous introduction that's impossible to ignore. Meanwhile, notes of
pure white rose, osmanthus, heliotrope and breezy ylang-ylang at the heart incorporate a stunning and sophisticated bouquet that bewitches the senses. Finally, base notes of rich cedar, sweet sandalwood and creamy coconut milk balance the entire concoction together with a sensual, chic layer that no one would want to miss.
Introduced to the world in 2019, this enticing perfume was designed and formulated by expert perfumer Aurelien Guichard, to be later released by the Japanese fashion house of Issey Miyake. The golden orange hues displayed on the bottle fit the cheerfulness of the essence within. All products are original, authentic name brands. We do not sell knockoffs or imitations.
History and background of Issey Miyake. Issey Miyake was born in Hiroshima in 1938. After studying graphics arts in Tokyo’s Tama Art University, he decided to later study fashion design at the Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne.
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