In 2015, he was named the face of the men’s fragrance.
And now, Johnny Depp, 59, has apparently struck a multi-year agreement with Dior to remain the face of their Sauvage perfume.
As per reports, he signed a seven-figure contract and already has fresh promotional photographs ready for a new campaign, as his court battle with ex-wife Amber Heard, 36, continues.
Johnny agreed to sign a new contract to remain presenting the fragrance after fashion photographer Greg Williams visited one of Johnny and Jeff Beck’s Paris shows.
According to the newspaper, Johnny completed a picture session with Greg before and after the event, with the resultant artwork scheduled to be featured in a new Dior advertising campaign.
Dior supported Johnny during his latest trial, and sales of the perfume he promotes, Sauvage, increased at stores.
According to the newspaper, both the cosmetics shop and its competitor Ulta have noticed increased sales of Depp’s cologne, making it one of their top-selling perfumes online.
Meanwhile, Johnny is still embroiled in legal wranglings with ex-wife Amber Heard, who is fighting to overturn a June court settlement against her.
Following a defamation action against his ex-wife, he was granted $10.35 million in damages.
However, two months after being compelled to pay, the Aquaman actress has filed a request to have the decision reversed.
Amber had previously been refused a mistrial request, alleging that one of the jurors on the case should not have been able to serve since his summons was meant for his dad, who had the same name and resided at the same home.
Depp has also filed an appeal against the $2 million (£1.7 million) in compensatory damages he was ordered to pay to her.
Following their divorce, the actor was claimed to be in financial distress, having sold a big chunk of his substantial property holdings.
After spending $13 million for his four-story Venetian villa overlooking Venice’s Grand Canal in January 2011, he offered it for $10.8 million in 2016.
In 2017, he sold the last of his five LA penthouses for a staggering $10.88 million – around $2 million less than the total asking amount.
And it didn’t end there: He sold his Kentucky ranch-style home in 2020 for about half its cash value, earning only $1,350,000 despite its claimed value of $2.33 million.
His downtown Los Angeles apartment, which he occupied with Heard, was also listed for $1.76 million last month.
Johnny has just sold his inaugural artwork collection for a stunning $3.6 million (£3 million) through Castle Fine Art, selling 750 limited-edition pieces for a total of $3.6 million (£3 million).