The juicy and spicy freshness of Sauvage exudes new sensual and enveloping facets of vanilla absolute.
The powerful freshness of Sauvage exudes new sensual and mysterious facets, amply renewing its signature with an ingenious composition. Calabrian bergamot, as juicy and spirited as ever, invites new spicy notes to add fullness and sensuality, as the woody, ambery trail of Ambroxan® is wrapped in smoky accents of Papua New Guinean vanilla absolute for greater virility. François Demachy, Dior Perfumer-Creator, drew inspiration from the desert in the magical hour of twilight. Mixed with the coolness of the night, the burning desert air exudes profound scents. In the hour when nature awakes and the sky is set ablaze, a new magic unfolds.
"I didn't create Eau de Parfum Sauvage by working on power. Its signature is already very identifiable. It was not a matter of exaggerating or saturating the composition. I was striving more to enrich each of the dominant notes to give it a new color." François Demachy, Dior Perfumer-Creator
François Demachy likes his men's fragrances to open with a snap of citrus. For the House of Dior, he chose an exclusive bergamot that he shaped with local producers to obtain a "custom" signature. His bergamot is like a whirlwind of juicy freshness that sweeps everything up in its path. Drenched in the Calabrian sun, it is fruitier and develops unique, zesty facets with a tinge of pepper.
Papua New Guinean Vanilla Absolute
Papua New Guinean vanilla absolute exerts an irresistibly delicious attraction with smoky accents that render it more virile. Harvested green and then scalded, this exceptional vanilla is processed using a solvent-free extraction method to retain the complex power of its aromas while preserving the environment.
2.0 oz./ 60 mL
The storied House of Dior traces its roots to 1947, when Christian Dior debuted his first collection to world acclaim. Dubbed the New Look, it established a ravishing new aesthetic that continues to influence fashion today. In September 2016, Maria Grazia Chiuri, Dior's first female Artistic Director, presented her debut collection and has kept the respected French house at the forefront of fashion with exceptional tailoring and forward-thinking designs.