Eau Sauvage Cologne by Christian Dior Cologne.
This Eau Sauvage Cologne is a 2015 reimagining of the iconic original release of the fragrance from 1966. This long-lasting scent blossoms forth with top notes of Calabrian bergamot, tangy grapefruit and bright, sweet mandarin orange. The middle notes include hints of pink pepper, galbanum, hedione, and petitgrain, which work together to create an experience that’s spicy, sweet and earthy all at the same time. Vetiver serves as the base note of
this elegant fragrance, and provides a smooth, mellow closing that any wearer is sure to enjoy.
Christian Dior is a well-known presence in the global fashion industry, and for good reason. The brand – and the man behind it – have been in business since 1947, when it introduced a radically different style that helped to define post-Wwii fashion and redefine Paris as the fashion capital of the globe. The brand launched its first fragrance the very year it was founded, and traditionally launches a new scent to match each new look it produces.
Called "the most recognized name in fashion," Christian Dior started in the business by selling fashion sketches but did not get his first break until 1938, at the age of 33. He was hired by Robert Piguet, but he went to work with Lucien Lelong after his tour of duty in World War II. Dior opened his own house, the House of Dior, in 1946 and released his first collection in 1947, which featured the "New Look": soft, feminine designs in place of...
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