Ambroxan, a component of this fragrance that is made from priceless Ambergris, emits a very woodsy trail. It is an artistic endeavor motivated by expansive vistas and an ozone-blue sky strewn above a rocky landscape that is white-hot under the desert sun. That is how François Demachy, the inventor of the Dior scent, wanted it: simultaneously aristocratic and rough. In excess, natural components that were carefully chosen are used. The luscious freshness of Reggio di Calabria bergamot erupts in radiant top notes.