L’Eau d’ Issey Pure Eau de Toilette ($100 for 3.4oz; Macys.com) is Issey Miyake’s newest scent, an EDT version of the very floral aquatic L’Eau d’Issey Pure Eau de Parfum. This floral aquatic composition is brightened by citrus notes that give it a crisp, fresh, zesty feel, perfectly suited for the warmer months ahead. The notes include Sea Notes, Neroli, Mandarin, Jasmine, Lily, Damask Rose, Cashmere Wood and Ambergris to name a few. Its a lighter, softer floral than the EDP, much less heady at the opening, yet very fresh and zesty from the Mandarin. I get a lot of the Lily throughout - from opening to dry down with a touch of muskiness mixed in with the citruses. I could also detect a hint of earthiness to the scent, very subtle, but definitely comes through once the perfume settles onto the skin. Its a very feminine, pure and crisp scent that I’d wear anytime of the year and perfect for the Spring and Summer. While this does feel a little more grown up than the EDP, it also is something that would appeal to a lot of the younger audience, because of the overall very feminine, fresh floral feel it has.