Raw and noble all at once, Sauvage is the epitome of masculine appeal. Limit 1 order per day. This set includes a 3.4 oz. Eau de Toilette spray and a 3.4 oz. Aftershave Balm housed in a Dior-signature collectible couture box. Radiant top notes burst $144.00
Dior Sauvage Eau de Toilette features a radically fresh composition, dictated by a name that has the ring of a manifesto. Raw and noble, all at once. Natural ingredients, selected with extreme care, prevail in excessive doses. Radiant top notes $144.00
Dior Sauvage Eau de Toilette features a radically fresh composition, dictated by a name that has the ring of a manifesto. Raw and noble, all at once. Natural ingredients, selected with extreme care, prevail in excessive doses. Radiant top notes $72.00
At the Circus: The Spanish Walk, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, French, 1899, Metropolitan Museum of Art collection
A collection of vintage art glass perfume atomizers, glass by Stueben for De Vilbess Perfumizers Company, circa 1920s.
Eau Sauvage - Christian Dior. Contemporary advertisement using a photograph of Alain Delon taken in 1966, the year Eau Savage was launced.
The Mona Lisa. The Venus de Milo. The Winged Victory of Samothrace. The collection in the Louvre Museum in Paris is an Art History 101. I've
Raziel with a fleur-de-lis, The language of flowers (picked by C.Clare, art by C.Jean)
Web exclusive! A delightful collection of art for the music lover in your life. $276.00
1790-1810 Russian Headdress (or kokoshniks). They were most often made of damask woven with gilt metallic threads or velvet with gold embroidery. This is from Natalia de Shabelsky's collection (1841-1905), a Russian noblewoman compelled to preserve the vanishing folk art traditions of her native country. Traveling throughout Great Russia, she collected examples of textile art of the wealthy peasant class.
The Tudor kitchens of Hampton Court Palace - a quiet moment inspired by the art of Pieter de Hooch
The Art of Poster - The largest collection of Polish posters
kokoshnik from the collection of Natalia de Shabelsky (1841-1905), a Russian noblewoman who endeavored to preserve traditional Russian textiles
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