“Eau Sauvage Parfum has become even more pleasurable. With this fuller, rounder version, even closer to the original signature, I sought to underline the authenticity of the materials. Express their power but also bring out their warmth by making them even more present and palpable,” explains François Demachy. Inspired by the legendary fragrance, Dior’s exclusive perfumer-creator offers a reinterpretation that stays faithful to its sunny freshness while enriching it with smooth woody notes. Citrus brings a bracing air, through the union of a sweet orange with the chiseled freshness of San Carlo bergamot. Fruity, floral and zesty, it's exclusively cultivated for Eau Sauvage in Reggio Calabria. Then the softness settles in with floral notes of lavender absolute, themselves underlined by wild flowers. The bouquet is enhanced by hedione, a molecule present in the first Eau Sauvage in 1966, and which contributed to establishing its legend. Next comes a pared-down reinterpretation of the vetiver heart, with woodier accents, which highlight the spicy base, swelling with oriental warmth. Elemi from the Philippines deploys its own warm and powerful note, while the labdanum unveils its sensual nature, complemented by the smooth pairing of cinnamon and star anise.