Dior has launched a new masculine fragrance, which is presented as a novel take on the classic men's fragrance Fahrenheit by Dior (1988). It is called Fahrenheit 32 and was designed by Dior Homme artistic director Hedi Slimane based on an idea by François Demachy, perfumer and director of olfactory development of LVMH together with Louise Turner of Quest. On a separate note, it was announced today by Women's Wear Daily and Vogue UK that Hedi Slimane is not working for Dior anymore.....
Fahrenheit 32 is based on an oriental orange blossom accord, being comparable in this sense to the new Jean Paul Gaultier Fleur du Mâle, but which in this case is described as being crystalline, piquant, and woody. Three main notes come to the fore: a soft and spicy orange blossom, a suave and round vanilla, and a woody without being earthy vetiver. The fragrance is rather fresh, thanks to the aldehydes and solar salicylates.
Head notes are fresh ones. Heart notes are orange blossom and vetiver. Base notes are vanilla, solar note.
The EdT is priced at €48.49 for 50ml to €68.65 for 100ml. The new Fahrenheit 32 will debut in the international markets in April of 2007.
Sources: Osmoz.fr, Cosmetic News