Eau Sauvage Extreme Intense by Christian Dior, Launched in 1984, Eau Sauvage Extreme Intense is an energizing, sensual cologne for the man on-the-go.
Bergamot provides an instant pick-me-up, its crisp slice of citrus keeping spirits high all day. Smooth jasmine lends a bit of floral freshness, a springtime scent that wafts through the air and fills the senses with a sexy sophistication. Lemon and basil combine for the base note, adding a sharp zing and a green, herby earthiness. Eau Sauvage and its invigorating bite keep the busy man moving from morning to night.
The Dior fashion house was founded by French fashion designer Christian Dior in 1946. Known for his mastery of silhouettes and shapes, he was very influential on post-World War Ii style. He called his first collection Corolle, which references a circle of petal flowers and the voluptuous shape of his designs. The collection helped a postwar Paris reestablish itself as the center of international fashion.