13 February

The Quentin Jones x Sisley collaboration


For the launch of its new perfume, Sisley entrusts English artist Quentin Jones with the image of the ad campaign.

By Laurence Hovart

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    The house of Sisley is launching a new floral perfume, an ode to the rose garden with apricot nuances. The flower is blended with a barely ripe bergamot and an ultra-fusing halo of pink pepper. At the heart, it’s imbued with the freshness of jasmine petals, the water-gorged green stem of angelica and pear juice. The trail of the scent reveals a musk, woody, cedar and amber base. To suggest this olfactive tableau that its draws roots from the history of Isabelle d’Ornano, co-founder of the house of Sisley with her husband, her daughter Christine, a keen art collector has called upon the artist Quentin to do the publicity visuals…Between graphics, collage and under the influence of the post-romantic painting of Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Quentin Jones offers a unique and contemporary interpretation of this beautiful, ultra-feminine fragrance. Eau de parfum “Izia”, SISLEY. 78 euros,  30 ml. 


    The Sisley Foundation has announced that from tonight, February 13th, the young London artist will be displaying an original and monumental work over the façade of the Hotel de l'Industrie in Paris, on the legendary place Saint-Germain. Three hundred square meters of glamour based around the message “Hope”. Within it the trained eye will remark the roses of the new Sisley perfume. The work will be on show until March 31st 2017.


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