New Perfume: Soir de Lune by Sisley


After Eau de Campagne (1974) and Eau du Soir (1990), Sisley is now preparing to launch its latest creation, Soir de Lune (Moonlit Night) {Review added}, on September 1. Philippe D'Ornano, the son of Sisley founder Hubert D'Ornano insisted the company favored long-term visions for their perfumes stating,

You can do a fragrance for a season, or a lifetime," (...) "We are choosing to build a fragrance that will last a lifetime.

Soir de Lune is their third fragrance and was 7 to 8 years in the making...

The new fragrance is described as a floral chypre thus following in the footsteps of Eau du Soir which is a remarkable aromatic chypre in my opinion. The new scent includes top notes of bergamot, mandarin, lemon, coriander, nutmeg and capsicum pepper oils. Middle notes are May rose centifolia and mimosa flower absolute, jasmine, lily of the valley, iris and peach. Base notes are woody moss, musk, honey, sandalwood and Indonesian and patchouli.

The 30, 50, and 100 ml flacons will retail respectively for $100, $145, and $200 and will be available at upscale retail stores like Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman.

Sources: Women's Wear Daily and Cosmetic News

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  1. Wow ... what an amazing bottle. I need to give Eau de Soir another sniff. I think my nose was tired.

  2. My bottle is vintage and I find that the aromatic notes come forth more after some time. I actually like it better now.

  3. According to me, l'Eau du Soir reaches its best with warm/hot weather. Wearing it on a hot summer night is ... hmmmmm!!! Ce parfum se dévoile dans son osmose avec votre peau par une belle et chaude soirée d'été. Etonnant, pour un chypré, non?
    Vivement Soir de Lune!


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