Dior has produced an update, or a re-interpretation, of his classic Eau Sauvage, which was first released in 1966. While its predecessor is an aromatic-floral, the new Parfum has more of a woody-amber nose to it, flavored with hints of myrrh. And not sweet smelling myrrh, but a burnt and smoky myrrh, making it perfect for a crisp, cold day. Note: This is a larger scent, and its darker edge echoes Dior's update of another classic, Fahrenheit Absolute. "It is probably not office friendly," warns Harrison, "but it's great for evening or romantic occasions." [$84 for 3.4 oz; dior.com]
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