Eau Sauvage Parfum by Christian Dior Cologne. The first reimagining of the 1966 hit, Eau Sauvage Parfum was launched in 2011.
The updated product was designed to meet the needs of the modern man, and provides a simple yet satisfying scent experience that’s perfect for nearly any occasion. The cologne opens with a strong note of tangy bergamot. As this scent fades, it moves into the core note of vetiver, which provides a smooth, masculine touch. Finally, as the mixture begins to dry on wearers’
skin, it moves into the base note of myrrh, adding an exotic finish that’s sure to be memorable.
Christian Dior – the creator of his namesake brand – worked alongside various professionals in Paris in his former years, but really made a name for himself in 1947, when he introduce the “new look,” which departed from Wwii conservative fashion and offered women a way to display some flair in their everyday lives. The brand introduced its first scent this very same year, and has since created well over 200 unique fragrances, often releasing one with each new clothing line 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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