Looking forward to it.
Thread: Dior Eau Sauvage Parfum
Well, what can we expect? Sounds intresting!
Looking forward to it.
hoping for the best! I hate to see classics redone, but if the longevity is addressed, I will definitely get this.
Dior Eau Sauvage Parfum is available from mid-May 2012 as 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
It will be a Parfum (extrait) or a Eau de Parfum (EDP). Hope the former.
The bottle looks beautiful smokey black with that electric green jus showing through .... But seeing how Dior is remaking all their men's perfumers light im feeling this will be light with hardly an sillage....
The IFRA problem is even more serious with parfums. So it's going to be even farther away from the original.
The description in fact doesn't even mention oakmoss. There's bergamot up top (but isn't that supposed to be restricted too?), then vetiver and myrrh. the myrrh may imply that it's going to be quite sweet. We shall see.
With the new Parfum (Eau de Parfum in fact) version Francois Demachy turned Eau Sauvage into Eau Vetiver. It starts not zesty and old-fashioned but modern with smooth citruses. Soon vetiver begins to play or even to be a soloist surrounded by something sweet (i think myrrh). I feel a Guerlain type of vetiver here. Definitely on my skin this Parfum smells nothing like the regular Eau Sauvage but more like a typical vetiver-centred fragrance. That's really a new interpretation of classics and I think most of you will like it. As for me Eau Sauvage Parfum is too sweet (sweet is not an accurate word, mild or gentle will be more exact) for Eau Sauvage.
Well the notes look interesting at least. Let's hope it will be worth it
This is supposed to have been launched in 2011. No sign of it here in France..........
Has anyone tried it ???
I can´t wait.......it sounds from the notes like it could be similar to the legendary Djedi from Guerlain !!!!!!
Have not tried but, but since I am an Eau Sauvage fan, I am looking forward to be more than pleasantly surprised
This is a must try, loving Eau Sauvage as a I do!
"No elegance is possible without it...perfume is a part of you." Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel
"Modern with smooth citruses" makes me think they did not amplify or even totally retain the part of Eau Sauvage I loved the most.......the opening and top-end. Eager to hear field reports from everyone.
Where have you guys sampled this ? It is listed on the DIOR website yet it will not load up into my shopping cart...no price listed either.
Has anyone bought this online and where ? Unfortunately there are not many reviews on this yet.
For those of you that have tried it is it a heavy parfum as advertised...sillage longevity ??? If you were to pick a brother fragrance to this which one would it be and why ?
Credit Card in hand...ready set go.
I got my bottle yesterday, not much linking this to the original or extreme version. All in all I kind of like it, the myrrh and vetiver really go strong throughout the life of the fragrance. I'm thinking of this as a office scent if you go light (it does stay on the skin, pretty linear) or a pretty nice spring & autumn date scent. It reminds me a little bit of amber pour homme intense but not as smooth. Hope this helps...
If you love these four scents, in order:
1. Dior Homme Intense (reformulated vetiverol-heavy version)
2. Lutens Gingembre
3. L'Air Du Desert Marocain (oakmossy-dry-gourmand qualities)
4. Tom Ford's Grey Vetiver
If you love all those, and/or layer them, you'll LOVE Eau Sauvage Parfum. it has virutally nothing to do with Eau Sauvage. Certainly not qhat i expected, but a quality, interesting release from Dior. I suspect it'll be rather popular come november amongst those who find all the other popular contemporary wintery scents (Eav Des Bavx, Spicebomb, Mugler Pure Series, TFTV) too sweet, and for those who find Dior Homme Intense too powdery.
Tried it today on skin and was far from impressed. It has monster sillage and longevity, but the myrrh is just way too much and overpowers everything else to my nose. It really becomes annoying in short order and wears you down. This, and only with one spray at that. This is a near scrubber for me, and it is a shame, as I love the original.
Current Top Favorites:
1) Portrait of a Lady original formula (EdP Frédéric Malle)
2) Giorgio for Men vintage/V.I.P. for Men (Giorgio Beverly Hills)
3) Dia Man vintage edt (Amouage)
4) Anat Fritz Original Formula and Classical (Anat Fritz) - tie
4) Lalfeorosa (O'driù) - tie
6) Les Nombres d'Or Vetyver (Mona di Orio)
7) Captain vintage (Molyneux)
8) Tzora (Anat Fritz)
9) Javanese Patchouli (Zegna) - tie
9) Monsieur de Givenchy vintage (Givenchy) - tie
9) Coeur de Vetiver Sacré (L'Artisan) - tie
9) Polo vintage (Ralph Lauren) - tie
9) Patou pour Homme Privé (Jean Patou) - tie
9) Oud Shamash (The Different Company) - tie
I really like it. Anyone thinks it resembles Envy?
I think it resembles the Guerlain Vetiver 2000 in the ribbed bottle and L'Occitane Vetyver.....add myrrh. I really like this even after 2 weeks of wearing it exclusively. However I wouldn't mind if it had some more sillage. Longevity is impressive considering today's standards.
I started with only a few sprays to the chest back of ears etc. but it works better for me as an all over body spray. I shower then go nuts with the sprayer for a few seconds. Gotta utilize the body hair
Its dry-down reminds me of Serge Lutens' Vétiver Oriantal but not as sweet.
Great fragrance, but it radiates like CRAZY on me. Two sprays could be a tad too much, actually.
Anyways, a smooth, semi-sweet myhrr vetiver fragrance that lasts pretty much for ever and is really good. A great buy if you're into vetiver, or semi-sweet fragrances without being sickening.
Will check back in once I have a chance to do a full wearing. The tart herbal notes in Envy really help to balance its sweet notes, while I feel the vanilla dose may be too high in ESP for my taste. Myrrh and vetiver is a solid combo though. I think it could have used more myrrh. Something along the lines of Jo Malone Amber & Lavender, which should really be called Patchouli & Myrrh.
I tried this and Love it.....this will be my next purchase!!!
The 1960s: men were men, and women wore garter belts. Men's fragrances came out of the European Eau de Cologne tradition: light, natural essences to wear while getting your Sunday errands done. Eau Sauvage might have had a good chunk of hedione, but it was still an eau de cologne: citrus and herbs.
Fast forward five decades. Men are dudes, I guess, and women are free to choose whatever the fuck they wanna be these days. But Dior doesn't buy it. They made the Eau Sauvage Parfum concentration for men that want to smell natural and straightforward, like a good firm handshake. This juice, while not strictly based on the original Eau Sauvage, really harkens back to those days of simple compositions with an effortlessly natural, balanced feel. And yet, it performs like a modern EdP: excellent potency and longevity.
The vanilla is dosed well for the composition, but is still a bit sweet for my taste, which tends to run toward the unsweetened. Nevertheless, a fine composition. The opening citrus-jasmine-vetiver accord is a winner for sure. Thumbs up from MonkeyBars on a warm June evening.
Just wore Eau Sauvage for the first time today, and based on that experience, I am hoping to try this new one soon.