Dior Debuts Eden-Roc Fragrance

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The fragrance is an ode to luxury hotels along the French Riviera: the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc. Photo: Dior.

Christian Dior has launched its newest scent, Eden-Roc, an ode to the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc.

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Eden-Roc is a woody floral fragrance with notes of vegetal and mineral composition, white flowers, marine and aromatic accords. 

The scent is offered in a 4.25 oz fragrance spray ($250) and 8.5 oz ($350), as well as a candle ($90), Mitzah ($250), liquid body soap ($65) and body cream ($105).

François Demachy, Dior perfumer-creator, said, “I composed Eden-Roc by imagining an arrival by sea. The salt, the sun, the light-colored rock, the lush plant life. Its trail is an olfactory image of this cape in an exceptional locale. The accords reveal themselves as the story of the Mediterranean: the smell of the sea, flowers and citrus fruit, aromatic scents and the image of pine trees in the south of France. The Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc is a landmark of luxury and fresh air, great refinement, as well as exquisite simplicity. A fragrance is alive when it is worn. Same goes for a place, when it is lived in. So, long live the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc!”

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