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Dior Homme Eau de Toilette (2020 version) (2020)
by Christian Dior

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Dior Homme Eau de Toilette (2020 version) information

Year of Launch2020
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 34 votes)

People and companies

HouseChristian Dior
PerfumerFrançois Demachy
Parent CompanyLVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton

About Dior Homme Eau de Toilette (2020 version)

A new version of Dior Homme. The original will still available as Dior Homme Original.

Dior Homme Eau de Toilette (2020 version) fragrance notes

Reviews of Dior Homme Eau de Toilette (2020 version)

Dior Dry

Iso E, violet (i think im the only one who gets this), cashmeran, cedar. Its super polite. Lasts all day easy. Great blending. Demachy is all about these semitransparent frags. He does em well. Wears well. This is a movement frag, to be experienced as an aura in the air. Good stuff. Dry and masculine. Thumbs up!
15th September, 2020
Here we are in 2020, with this new Dior Homme 2020.
I do not own DH original, but i do own DHI, and since they both share much similarities, i know enough to get the differences here - the only thing i have to point to Dior is the mistake they made in calling it "Dior Homme", with most of people thinking this is just a slight reformulation of it, wich is definitely not!!
Personnaly, and fanaticism apart, i found this fragrance to be awesome - i see the throwback to Bleu de Chanel, i get the intention to appeal to the masses, and i even know the original DH, so i can really say that this is a very good fragrance.... let's just not call it "Dior Homme"... maybe Dior Homme Libre, Dior Blue, or just "Dior Homme 2020" written on the bottle - that would do it so much more justice! And to the original DH too, of course.
All things considered, i'm a fan of both versions, and if my heart truly prefers the original, the same heart also appreciates this scent so much to ignore it!
Go buy it, own it well, because there's no mistake here - probably you'll like it, maybe just don't love it. But hey - i do love it already after some use! And everyone around me seems to like it too.

Cheers!
01st July, 2020 (last edited: 18th July, 2020)
Like many hear I was pretty upset when Dior Homme was completely tossed aside for this new Dior Homme...hence forth Homme 2020. I still am upset and wish they would have come up with a new name as it is nothing like the Dior Homme we've all known for years. However, I do like this. It's easy to wear and smells great. It isn't going to blow anyone away who is looking for something unique or niche "artistic". But it does smell good and is a crowd pleaser...which is the point of it, let's be honest. So while I take points away for the unoriginal name or rebrand or whatever Dior is going for, it makes up those points in a great smell, albeit nothing groundbreaking.
30th May, 2020
A new Dior Homme (a brand new completely different fragrance rebranded/renamed "Dior Homme"), a completely different peppery virile Francois Demachy's creation newly marketed as the "iconic" fragrance of the maison (bearing its name), the Dior's new idea of contemporary signature masculinity. If you appreciate damp, musky, vaguely agrestic, woody, "rainy" creations a la Terre d'Hermes, L'Erbolario Ginepro Nero, Montale Red Vetyver and Rouge Bunny Rouge Tundra actually this one could bè for you another (smoother, muskier, more urban and "rubbery") take over their humid forest-theme. Dior Homme 2020 (if compared with the superior "old" Dior Homme) is another concept of contemporary man which explores the "deep forest's muskiness-theme" indeed (in a more civilized soothed way if compared with Terre d'Hermes or Tundra, for instance). It smells about musky/resinous (vaguely rubbery and definitely peppery) atlas cedarwood. The latter plus pink pepper and wet sticky vetiver (plus conoferous resins) are definitely central, on a base of synth cashmere woods and iso e super "neutral" kind of vaguely gummy muskiness. The general atmosphere is initially silvan, rooty/hesperidic and decidedly assertive, while finally turning out musky and drier, a quite different stuff if compared with the freshly suedish and frankly more modern concept behind the old glorious iris/vanilla/suede-centered Dior Homme's formulation (which I definitely prefer over the next 2020-version). This recent release is simply another concept of fragrance, less dandy/classy/mondane and more woodsy, virile and moody. Dior Homme 2020 is initially hesperidic, humid, musky, peppery, cedary and boisè (vaguely a la Terre d'Hermes but in a tamed less earthy way), overall gradually soothed by hints of musk and vague synth rubbery suede. Pink pepper is not so piquant but is definitely heady and featuring. Juniper berries, pink pepper, vetiver, fir resins and earthy patchouli are progressively merged in to an enchanted mossy-damp atmosphere of the northern lands' wild woods. The forest-dampness gradually recedes in order to disclose a sort of musky neutral cedary/piquant affair. Not my ideal take on masculine fragrances but a solid choice for the lovers of this peppery woodsy genre. To me the old fabulous Dior Homme is "from another planet".
23rd May, 2020
This fragrance is the child between a very elegant rich old woman and a businessman in his 20s. It opens up fresh, very nice...then it goes through a kind of disappointing powdery drydown, which should've been a little bit fresher, maybe keeping the top notes in the heart. The last hours of this fragrance are pleasant again, but obviously at that point, you barely have any projection, so the experience is slightly disappointing because you wasted the golden hours of your fragrance with a strong powdery note

The bottle looks amazing and the fragrance itself is nice and elegant, my only issue is with the powdery heart, it's nice, but the wrong notes are in control.

Nice longevity and projection, though.

P.s: I have never tried the previous versions, I can imagine they were blended much better
31st March, 2020
Not as sweet or citrusy as Bleu de Chanel in the opening but I liken this latest version of Dior Homme to the bestseller from Chanel. It’s mature, refined, versatile, masculine and yes, nothing new. Maybe even more “blue” than Bleu. It’s also not something that screams for attention or makes women garner you with compliments. However, it does smell ultra-pleasant and should be well-liked by the masses.

I do not expect a warm welcome from Basenotes, but that’s not a KPI for Dior. I do expect this to make lots of money and eventually to win over some skeptics. Sorry, but it just smells good, despite what any of us wish it to be.

Performance wasn’t anything great. Either that or I became anosmic to it after 5-6 hours. Projection during that time seemed to be about average.
10th March, 2020

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