We had a little talk about Christian Dior’s Sauvage before. Now we had the time to try it for real.
Dior launched its new fragrance Sauvage last september, with the name originating from the fragrance Eau Sauvage from 1966, although the two don’t belong to the same collection. Sauvage is inspired by wild, open spaces; blue sky that covers rocky landscapes, hot under the desert sun.
Dior in-house perfumer, François Demachy, signed this creation. The fragrance is announced as radically fresh, raw and noble at the same time. The composition is reportedly prevalent with carefully selected natural ingredients. Fresh top notes of Calabria bergamot encounter ambroxan, obtained from precious ambergris, and its woody trail. Sauvage is an act of creation inspired by the great outdoors. An ozone blue sky that dominates a mineral desert white-hot.
Christian Dior’s Sauvage is a composition to radical freshness, dictated by a name that sounds like a manifesto. François Demachy, Perfumer, Creator Dior, willed as well : between brutality and nobility (Click photo to enlarge).
The grip is radiant with the juicy freshness of bergamot Reggio di Calabria. The wake, powerful woody, signed by ambroxan , from the precious ambergris.
Lucid and willful, Sauvage is the perfume of the cult of elegance, refinement, and good humor. With the zest of citrus fruits for freshness, an invigorating bouquet of herbs, a hint of jasmine and vetiver for the sensual touch, and oakmoss to conquer and seduce, it will remain a fresh, discreet classic.
A beautiful, bit of raw but classic fragrance. A new classic Dior is born.
by Jean Amr