In 1947, Christian Dior presented his first couture collection, which immediately became a global success. At the same time, he launched his first fragrance, Miss Dior. Dior’s Master Perfumer François Demachy reinterpreted the classic scent, a sweet blend rich in Italian mandarin, Egyptian jasmine, and Indonesian patchouli. Beyond its immediate olfactory appeal, we adore the iconic glass bottle, which comes with a silver couture bow that’s oh-so-Parisian-chic.
How it Works
An audacious chypre floral scent, Miss Dior charms with opening top notes of fresh citrus before blossoming into a bouquet of jasmine, lily-of-the-valley, and rose. It’s anchored with a base of patchouli laced with sultry musk.
How to Use
Spray this concentrated eau de parfum into the air directly in front of you, and walk into the fragrant mist. You can also spritz directly onto pulse points.