Fashion and Beauty Roberto Cavalli unveils first fragrance for men

Roberto Cavalli unveils first fragrance for men
 

Roberto Cavalli is undergoing a transformation of late. Under the guidance of new Creative Director Peter Dundas, formally head designer at Pucci and a man who lists supermodels among his closest friends, Cavalli has been injected with new glamour and sex appeal. Luckily this new energy and zest isn't just limited to womenswear, as this month see's Cavalli launch its first ever fragrance for men.

Entitled simply Uomo, or man, this new scent has been crafted by master perfumerier Christophe Raynaud- the nose behind fragrances for Azzaro, Balenciaga, and Celine among many others. He has brought his signature top note of black violet to this scent, balanced with masculine saffron. The cedarwood basenote adds a rich earthiness, keeping the fragrance heady and intoxicating, which fits perfectly with Dundas's own attitude of bohemian rock and roll.