Salvador Dali Salvador (2010) by Salvador Dali Cologne for Men

May 1, 2010

Earlier this year, the house of Salvador Dali honored the great surreal artist, Salvador Dali, with a new fragrance that conceptualizes the artists raw imagination. In cooperation with perfumer Michel Almairac of Robertet, introducing Salvador cologne for men! A fragrant experience that replicates the bizarre aspect of Salvador Dali’s most precious jewel, his art work. Get acquainted this 2010 with an exhilarating blend of wood and spice that unlock Salvador’s secret base… amber. Like the artist himself, Salvador for men is striking and sophisticated. Beginning notes entail a careful blend of Asian pear nashi and cinnamon from Ceylon that swirl into a heart of incense. A cascade of island vanilla and sandalwood explode into warm amber that linger for hours. It’s imaginative, mysterious. Salvador captures rare artistry and conception. (More)
The secret of my influence has always been that it remained secret.” – Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali’s Salvador cologne for men arrives as a 30, 50 and 100 ml Eau De Toilette. It’s flacon encompasses engraved lips on both sides of the dark glass used in this edition. The lips represent a characteristic in Dali’s art, reminding us of sensuality. Each spray of Salvador cologne will inspire you. (See more Salvador Dali)

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