Short description The scent of the First Flower. As day breaks, the first flower opens, delicate and eager, unfolding her petals. Bursting open, she releases her bounty of light, essences, and fragrances. Nectar d’Issey Première Fleur: a fragrance that’s lavishly floral, delicately fruity. Long Description The scent of the First Flower. Issey Miyake’s new feminine fragrance brings you the essence of a flower’s most precious gift: its perfume. It conjures up a garden of discovery in which the Première Fleur reigns over the other floral bouquets. Fanny Bal and Dominique Ropion, perfume designers, bring their story to life in a floral, delicately fruity fragrance. A vivid, sparkling splash of nashi pear mingles with a luxurious floral pairing of ladies Peony and Jasmine. Over time, it is wrapped in an enduring signature of musky sandalwood. Presented in a copper rose-tinted flacon, the scent of the Première Fleur from Issey Miyake holds its head high among an abundance of drifting petals. A beautiful creation inspired by nature and redesigned by the human hand. How to 1. Spray the fragrance directly onto pulse points: your neck, wrists, and inner elbows. 2. For a longer-lasting sillage, spray it onto your clothing as well. FAQ As night falls, some flowers close their petals in a motion called “nyctinasty”. By folding in their petals, they protect what is most precious to them – their nectar, pollen, and pistils – sheltering them from the cold and dampness of the night. And so they store up their heart, their energy, radiance, and fragrance for the next morning when insects will once again be at their most active and eager.