Eau Sauvage Perfume Christian Dior Perfume

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Eau Sauvage Perfume Christian Dior Perfume is a 2012 Chyprée Amber Aromatic Perfume by Christian Dior for man. The perfumer artist behind this fragrance is Francois Demachy . Top notes are Lavender, Rosemary, Bergamot, Basil, Thyme. Middle notes are Pink, Jasmine, Hedione. Base notes are Oak moss, Vetiver, Patchouli, Amber, Myrrh, Labdanum.

Eau Sauvage Perfume Christian Dior Perfume
Eau Sauvage Perfume Christian Dior Perfume


Eau Sauvage Parfum: A concentrate of virility in a cult bottle

If the citrus notes characteristic of the original juice remain, they are deepened thanks to oriental sensualities which draw the Eau Sauvage into a charming darkness …

Alain Delon, a legendary image and Eau Sauvage Parfum its fragrance

Although Eau Sauvage was worn in the past by great male celebrities, it should still be noted that there was a before Alain Delon and an after… Effectively by making the daring choice to have an Alain Delon wear young and sparkling archives its flagship fragrance, Dior takes the risk of losing young men in a flood of retro images that are sympathetic but rather dated.

This is not the case, and the muse Alain Delon, who has become young again through the magic of advertising campaigns, is making a success of once again bringing Eau Sauvage to the ranking of best-selling perfumes. Of course, the very young Eau Sauvage Parfum released in 2012 could not be worn other than by the young dandy that was the majestic Alain Delon.

The visual of Eau Sauvage Parfum will therefore use the photo of Jean- Marie Perrier already reworked by Dior in the past to offer his mysterious fragrance. Obviously, the young man’s pose, both nonchalant and mysterious, fits perfectly with the spirit of wild nocturnal elegance that Dior wishes to infuse into its oriental Eau Sauvage Parfum.

Eau Sauvage Parfum or the taste of freshness with a nocturnal signature

Faithful to the fine custom of the Dior perfume house, which wishes to preserve the traces of the original bottles of its great perfumes, Eau Sauvage Parfum will keep the emblematic flask bottle. However, the label and the cap of the Eau Sauvage Parfum bottle are adorned in black to better evoke the mystery and the night, conducive to sensual scents.

“Same timeless chic, same obviousness, the great classic dares for the first time the noblest of concentrations: Perfume for a black tie seduction. »Dior Eau Sauvage Parfum.

In fact, Eau Sauvage Parfum will not hesitate to offer the sparkling top notes of Calabrian bergamot accompanied by its magnificent aromatics (basil, lavender, rosemary, thyme) which have made the line so successful. At the heart we have the pleasure of rediscovering the freshness of hedione, in harmony with the pretty florals of rose and jasmine. Haitian vetiver will also appear among its fresh and floral touches to offer its chypre and amber notes. Finally the surprise guest of Eau Sauvage Parfum appears in the form of the essence of myrrh from Somalia which brings a balsamic and smoky facet to the chypre ensemble composed, as tradition dictates, of amber, labdanum, patchouli. and oak moss.

As Dior announces, Eau Sauvage Parfum offers “A new intensity: magnetic and deep. The height of masculine refinement. “. From the enigmatic and charismatic Alain Delon to the powers of the fragrance and the color of his juice, all the elements agree to announce the arrival of a beautiful dark oriental on the market!

L’Eau Sauvage by Dior, much more than a perfume, a myth signed by Edmond Roudnistka in 1966 for the house of Dior. From then on all men fall in love with its fresh and woody scents and the perfume will go around the world like that of decades without taking a single wrinkle! If Eau Sauvage Fraîcheur Cuir and Eau Sauvage Extrême try to meet the challenge of the variation, it is the bottle by François Demachy that will win the trophy with its powerful Eau Sauvage Parfum released in 2012.

The Eau Sauvage Parfum, where the fresh journey continues until the end of the night …

L’Eau Sauvage sounded the death knell in 1966 for fresh British fragrances to finally offer to men of powerful and French aromatic scents, without falling into the eternal fern fragrance. In Edmond Roudnistka’s composition of Eau Sauvage, all the elements are important, but the one that will bring this wind of innovation above other fragrances will be the hedione used for the first time in a perfume. L’Eau Sauvage quickly became a bestseller which not only will cross the ages without aging but which will also become a model for many future compositions.

How could François Demachy dare to take the risk of touching this mythical Eau Sauvage to make it hot, more woody, more oriental for Eau Sauvage Parfum? The reason is relatively simple, he wanted to accentuate the sunny facets of Eau Sauvage to modernize them in an even more powerful fragrance version that is totally in tune with the times.

“Eau Sauvage Parfum is gaining in popularity. pleasure. In this rounder version, even closer to the original signature, I wanted to emphasize the authenticity of the materials. Mark their power, but also reveal their warmth by making them even more present and palpable ”François Demachy for Eau Sauvage Parfum de Dior.

François Demachy has revisited L’Eau Sauvage by inverting its proportions for L’Eau Sauvage Parfum…

Eau Sauvage Parfum was composed by François Demachy as if he wanted to extend the beautiful journey offered by the original Eau Sauvage juice “until the end of the night”. So he kept some of the star raw materials of the fragrance but played on inverting the proportions between fresh and woody notes so that it is the darkness and the power of the woods that are highlighted for Eau Sauvage Parfum.

Logically, therefore, the fresh and aromatic top notes remain, built around the beautiful and aquatic scent of hedione. As for the heart, it retains the floral and luminous notes, but this time the Haitian vetiver takes center stage to assert its nervousness but also its warmth alongside pretty spicy and warm notes. Finally, myrrh, a real star ingredient in Eau Sauvage Parfum, brings its mystery and its voluptuousness to the detours of burning depths and so oriental that they envelop us in an amber trail like the velvet of a shimmering Indian fabric.

“It’s a tribute that doesn’t betray the original,” explains the nose, adding: I reversed the proportions. ” François Demachy for Eau Sauvage Parfum.

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Specification: Eau Sauvage Perfume Christian Dior Perfume


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