L'EAU D'ISSEY is not a fragrance like any other, it first takes you unawares, and then the comforting softness and familiarity work their magic. In 2016, we are breathing new life into L'EAU D'ISSEY by opening the second chapter of its story.
The source of L'EAU D'ISSEY is one drop, a single drop.
Rare and precious.
A water that is born, then flows peacefully.
Transparent and yet deep; fluid and yet enveloping,
L'EAU D'ISSEY PURE is full of contrasts.
On sale nationwide from July 27 (Wed)
The new season AUTUMN WINTER 2016 has started.
On July 1 (Fri), the new AUTUMN WINTER 2016 season will commence.
We will be CLOSED on June 30 (Tue)
to prepare the display of our new collection.
The traveler who sets out into the immeasurable world of Making Things
ventures into unexplored galaxies in search of new stars.
BEYOND - to pursue as yet unseen and unknown beauty
created from A Piece Of Cloth.
This season, ISSEY MIYAKE MEN places man in the wilderness. The nomadic way of life and of the constant struggles with nature's elements - wind, snow, ice and rain - man learnt to rely on his instincts to survive in a harsh environment. Drawing upon these human instincts, the Autumn Winter 2016 collection identifies a new sense of elegance and comfort in creating a relaxed sophistication. By using rough natural materials combined with refined fibers, dusty colors touched with vivid ones, warm clothes with sporty silhouettes, simple cheerful knits, this collection expresses the desire of contemporary man to return to the primal feeling of life.
Utsuwa, vessel, is an implement that enriches our daily lives with beauty and taste.
Colors that change according to the climate at the pottery and the glazes used.
The texture of clay with painting that exudes a feeling of warmth.
This collection expresses the thoughts we experience from touch and sight,
with the added perspective of PLEATS PLEASE.
For its 14th series, the ISSEY MIYAKE WATCH Project offered Ichiro Iwasaki, a professional equipment designer, the challenge of squarely taking on the chronograph design. Trying to achieve a quality watch in a conventional style but with a beautiful face, he sought a high level of readability through delicate numerals and markers.