A PERFECT BALANCE BETWEEN THE WILD AND THE SENSUAL
Eau Sauvage by Dior is an "Eau de Toilette" for men with citrus and aromatic notes. It was the first men's fragrance from the House of Dior, and it managed to revolutionize the perfume market of the moment. A creation full of innovative ideas and unique and exquisite aromas.
This fragrance was created in 1966 by perfumer Edmond Roudnitska. It is inspired by a seductive and wild man, a man without artifice and transparent, a highly virile man, a lover of fresh and natural aromas and willing to leave an indelible mark wherever he goes.
Its revolutionary scent begins with explosively fresh notes, such as rosemary, caraway, fruity notes, basil, bergamot and lemon; then coriander, carnation, sandalwood, patchouli, orris root, jasmine and rose make their way, innovative and soft elements that create a magnificent mattress to finish with amber, musk, oak moss and vetiver, more intense and virile nuances, responsible for bring the so remarkable wild tone.
VIRILE FLOWERS. Dior was the first high perfumery brand to incorporate flowers into a men's fragrance, thus creating high expectations for the launch of this perfume.
PIONEER OF THE MALE SECTOR. Eau Sauvage was Dior's first step to enter the men's sector. After its successful launch, the Maison decided to also enter the field of men's fashion, starting the very prestigious empire that it grows today.
PERFUME OF REFERENCE. This fragrance was the reference for fresh essences for men, remaining to this day one of the best-selling perfumes with the most established followers on the market.