Since it was launched in 2015, Sauvage has established itself as the perfume of large spaces. Supported by the image of a Great West that borders on myth, Dior’s symbolic sillage lets itself be influenced by the most beautiful, free and powerful natural elements. The meeting
triggers a virtuous exchange that pushes the will to return all of his gifts to the environment and, in 2020, Dior imagines the recharge of Sauvage. The best-selling perfume in the world becomes the emblem of the Maison’s green approach.
Sauvage, an infinitely rechargeable fragrance
This year, Sauvage’s eco-responsible commitment marks a decisive acceleration: after the Eau de Toilette, the Eau de Parfum and Sauvage Parfum also become refillable thanks to the classic 100 ml bottle that will no longer need to be replaced. So,
Sauvage can think about the future while continuing to keep the pleasure of perfume intact.
Made of entirely recycled and recyclable aluminum, refilling Sauvage allows you to rethink the life cycle of the bottle, from production to final recycling, in order to reduce its environmental footprint.
The Maison’s efforts for greater eco-responsibility are expanded with the Sauvage Refill Stations, available in some stores. Designed to refill 100ml bottles of Sauvage Eau de Toilette, Sauvage Eau de Parfum or Sauvage Parfum, these fountains of
perfume conceal, behind an exclusive design, fundamental details: the barrels in midnight blue lacquered aluminum and the indestructible steel frame are born to last.
This experience of responsible luxury continues with the issue of a certificate of authenticity. Once refilled and refurbished, the bottle is placed in an elegant midnight blue fabric case with the Dior logo.
All the details relating to the conception, including bottle, packaging and raw materials, are designed to offer a luxurious, yet sustainable experience, and leave only beauty as a legacy to future generations. Because what’s wild should last …