The Christian Dior La Collection Privée Eden-Roc fragrance showcases three colors: blue – for the sea bordering the cape, yellow – for the sun shining over the white rocks, and green – for the Mediterranean pines.
Simply named Eden-Roc, the new La Collection Privée Christian Dior fragrance is a vibrant ode to the most emblematic of luxury hotels along the French Riviera: the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc. The Eden-Roc fragrance is the olfactory image of this paradise, capturing the lavish, sun-bathed atmosphere of this true Mediterranean paradise.
Eden-Roc is the expression of an irrefutably simple and natural beauty; that of a sea salt crystal placed on the tip of the tongue, of bronzed skin warmed by the sun, of the protective canopy offered by a pine tree in the south of France.
The fragrance effuses salty olfactory notes, as if one took a dive into the Mediterranean Sea. Eden-Roc is a woody floral fragrance, a simultaneously vegetal and mineral composition, a fresh and luminous evocation of the pleasures of the French Riviera. Its sunny trail of white flowers, its marine notes and aromatic accords bring to mind the radiant beauty of this Mediterranean landmark cape.
A composition, created by François Demachy, Dior perfumer-creator, with salty, woody and green notes that reveal a ritual for the pleasure of perfume. Its sunny trail of white flowers, marine notes, and aromatic accords conjure the radiant beauty of this Mediterranean landmark.