Dior is launching two new variations of previous masculine fragrances from their catalogue, Dior Homme and Eau Sauvage. To make their new perfumes sound more distinctive in the very crowded field of seasonal spring/summer releases, they have used the theme of a perfume family genre for each scent rather than just presenting them as summer variations......
Dior Homme is turned into a cologne (in the French sense of the classic crisp eau bearing the name of the German city of Cologne) and is called Dior Homme Cologne and Edmond Roudnitska's classic Eau Sauvage becomes Eau Sauvage Fraîcheur Cuir (Fresh Leather Eau Sauvage).
Dior Homme Cologne is now available in a larger flacon, 125 ml for 72 Euros and notes of orange blossom and citruses have been added to it. Eau Sauvage Fraîcheur Cuir puts more emphasis on the lemon from Sicily and incorporates notes of cedarwood and of an amberey leather that smells masculine but not animalic.
Dior Homme Cologne will be available starting on May 15 2007. Eau Sauvage Fraîcheur Cuir is set to debut on June 4 2007. The latter will be available as a limited edition, 100 ml for 66 Euros.