It's the pulsating pairing of extremes, a fiery meeting of opposites. Today on DiorMag Fahrenheit le Parfum  reveals the new strength of its composition, in which flowers merge with wood and leather.

A fire that sets the skies ablaze, a cosmic encounter from which, through the natural force of opposing elements, the beauty of an extraordinary moment is born. A new interpretation of the fragrance Fahrenheit , originally created by the house in 1988, Fahrenheit le Parfum  is like an eclipse: a fusion out of the ordinary, composed of the noblest raw materials, in which opposites, as though driven by an irresistible attraction, come together with astonishing power. In this rare and complex composition, the intensity of the original fragrance is multiplied tenfold. "I didn't want to caricature  Fahrenheitas it already has such a definite signature,"  explains François Demachy, the house's perfumer-creator, who was responsible for formulating this new scent. "Instead, I stuck to the original canvas, adding elements to enrich its story, emphasizing its unique personality." 

In its legendary glowing red bottle with its proportions testifying to renewed refinement and strength of character, the richness of the composition of Fahrenheit le Parfum  is revealed: an intense and syrupy oriental leather, where licorice meets the liveliness of Sicilian mandarin, where violet leaf absolute is set off by the warm and spicy notes of absolutes of rum, coriander and cumin on a Bourbon vanilla absolute base. Powerful and refined, Fahrenheit le Parfum  is the signature of a man of character, one full of contrasts.