Izia La Nuit – an artisanal flacon by Sisley that fits our time

For the latest perfume Izia La Nuit by Sisley the French skin care company turned to the polish sculptor Bronisław Krzysztof who designed this modernist, sculptured flacon for the fragrance together with the nose Amandine Clerc-Marie.

The dominant notes of this perfume are white bergamot, aldehydes and pink pepper; middle notes are rose, angelica, peony, lily-of-the-valley and jasmine with a base of musk, cedar and amber.

This perfume is an ode to the night, another tribute to a mysterious and unique rose found in the garden of co-founder Isabelle d’Ornano. This special rose blooms only once a year for a short time.
Inspired by the original Izia, a bright, airy floral scent, Izia La Nuit offers a renewed intensity combined with the warmth brought by vanilla and amber blends with the sensuality of the rose.
The sculptural bottle created by the artist Bronislaw Krzysztof is adorned with a mysterious, glossy lacquer and although it was already created in 2017, it reflects exactly the design, light and atmosphere of our time today.
The organic shape invites us to touch the bottle, grab it, open it and inhale the perfume. The dominant oval shapes reflect many current designs, not only in beauty but also in fashion, architecture and decorative objects.
The reflections of gold and yellow give a warm feeling. Exactly what we are looking for right now. All this combined to a rich and floral bouquet.
Be inspired by our mood board that reflects the design aesthetics of this new perfume Izia La Nuit by Sisley Paris.

White stool Giobagnara, via Stephanie Thatenhorst. Right side: Vintage chair with a bag by Carolina Santo Domingo.


Jean Royére, “Ondulation” armchair via @___habitat and Izia La Nuit by Maison Sisley, Paris. The perfume is sitting on a fabric by Dedar via Stephanie Thatenhorst.


Maison Jansen pair of mid-century bronze shell lamps, mirror by Ames, via Stephanie Thatenhorst.


A leather bag by Carolina Santo Domingo and wooden stool by Frama, AML Pine, via Stephanie Thatenhorst in Munich.


A selection of Bonbonniere by Helle Mardahl. via Stephanie Thatenhorst.