Sauvage: raw and noble.
A radically fresh composition, dictated by a name that has the ring of a manifesto.
That was the way François Demachy, Dior Perfumer-Creator, wanted it: raw and noble all at once.
Natural ingredients, selected with extreme care, prevail in excessive doses.
Radiant top notes burst with the juicy freshness of Reggio di Calabria Bergamot. Ambroxan, derived from precious ambergris, unleashes a powerfully woody trail.
Sauvage is an act of creation inspired by wide-open spaces. An ozone blue sky sprawled above a rocky landscape, white-hot beneath the desert sun.
To create Sauvage, I used man as my starting point. A strong and unmistakable masculinity. Like the image of a man who transcends time and fashionFrançois Demachy, Dior Perfumer-Creator.
TOP NOTE: Reggio Bergamot
François Demachy likes the top notes of his men's fragrances to carry the snap of citrus. For the House of Dior, he chose an exclusive Bergamot that he shaped with local producers to obtain a "custom" signature.
HEART NOTE: Sichuan Pepper
Sichuan Pepper is the finest in the world, releasing a spicy vibration with lemony and slightly camphoric accents.
BASE NOTE: Ambroxan
An ingredient of natural origin derived from the very precious ambergris, it unfurls its marine woody notes, as vivifying as the ocean spray. With the subtle attraction of sun-bleached driftwood, it plays and lingers, like tobacco-imbued background music that never fades. And leaves a distinguished trail.
6.7 oz./ 198 mL
The storied House of Dior traces its roots to 1947, when Christian Dior debuted his first collection to world acclaim. Dubbed the New Look, it established a ravishing new aesthetic that continues to influence fashion today. In September 2016, Maria Grazia Chiuri, Dior's first female Artistic Director, presented her debut collection and has kept the respected French house at the forefront of fashion with exceptional tailoring and forward-thinking designs.