Salvador Dali parfums have introduced a new Surrealism-inspired perfume for women called Dali Wild. The new eau de toilette takes inspiration from the important role cats played in Dali's art, the allure of the leopard coat that was a trademark of Dali's sartorial taste, and to complement this image, his favorite pet, an Ocelot, serves also as muse (this is a common point that I share with Dali - I once had an Ocelot as a pet too...and I used to borrow my mother's yak fur coat - I think I'm going to like this perfume...)...
The nose behind the composition is Raphaël Haury of Perfum.com Compositions de Parfums, who composed a woody floral. He is the author of memorable perfumes such as Rykiel Woman and Clarins par Amour.
The perfume opens on top notes of "deceptively pure and innocent white flowers" as tuberose and gardenia are underlined by zesty yuzu with some light green accents. "The ultra-feminine, sexy and tigress heart of the fragrance," rests on jasmine sambac, magnolia and musks. The base includes rare and exotic woody notes of Zebrano, Mahogany and Okoumé.
Available in 100 ml, 50 ml and 30 ml eau de toilette.