Eau Sauvage

A now-legendary revolution, Eau Sauvage is the first men's fragrance from the house of Dior. A token of good taste and refined virility, Eau Sauvage is more than just a fragrance, it is an enduring "Dior spirit" infused with modernity. Synonymous with absolute elegance à la française, it strikes a subtle balance of natural simplicity and distinction.


  • Originally from the Calabrian soil and produced exclusively for Eau Sauvage, the San Carlo Bergamot was selected by François Demachy for its flowery, fruity and zesty qualities.

    1966: Robert Enrico films The Last Adventure with Alain Delon. In the same year, Eau Sauvage emerges. Alain Delon and Eau Sauvage share French elegance.