Uomo, Roberto Cavalli First Male Fragrance

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  • Roberto Cavalli Uomo campaign visual with Felix Gesnouin

  • Roberto Cavalli Uomo

The arrival of Peter Dundas, Roberto Cavalli’s new creative director, is opening a brand new chapter in the history of the renowned Italian fashion house. The designer’s creations seamlessly infuse Cavalli’s sense of glamour with a new edge, an energy that stems from a cocktail of bohemian lifestyle and rock music. The new Cavalli man seen through Peter Dundas’s eyes is a modern dandy, he deserved a fragrance in synch with his unique outlook, a leitmotif to his way of life.

The design of this masterpiece was entrusted to perfumer Christophe Raynaud (Firmenich). He composed an exclusive aromatic oriental woody fragrance, a combination of precious ingredients that create a perfect harmony between timeless Italian sophistication and dandy rock boldness.

French male model Félix Guesnouin effortlessly captures the dandy-rock lifestyle of the Cavalli hero, his taste for elegance and refinement balanced by his audacity and unremitting love of freedom.