• Johnny Depp has been the face of Dior's men's fragrance Sauvage since 2015
  • Dior recently hinted at its continued partnership with Depp by sharing photos and videos of him on its official beauty Instagram account
  • The snaps and clips were taken backstage at one of Depp's recent concerts in Paris by famed photographer Greg Williams

Johnny Depp will remain the face of Dior's men's fragrance Sauvage.

Following his major victory in his defamation lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard, the "Pirates of the Caribbean" star re-signed his lucrative deal with Dior, E! News reported.

An unnamed insider connected to the deal told the outlet that the French luxury brand "has re-upped their contract" with the 59-year-old actor to reflect "a seven-figure" agreement for Depp to remain as the face of Sauvage cologne, which he has promoted since 2015.

The company recently hinted at its continued partnership with Depp by sharing via social media photos and videos of the "Fantastic Beasts" actor backstage at one of his recent concerts in Paris. The images were shot by famed photographer Greg Williams and posted on Dior's official beauty Instagram account.

"Backstage at @olympiahall before the last show. Fearless yet human, just like Sauvage," one caption read Monday.

Williams commented, "So great to see you mate - much love."

In another clip, Depp is seen holding his guitar and stepping out onto the stage before a screaming crowd, as he shares that "Sauvage brings me a lot of memories, a lot of shows."

"Things that you smelled growing up that if I smell it, it takes me right back and I see the person that used to wear it," he continued. "It's a sense memory, so a smell can make you travel."

Sauvage was the best-selling men's cologne on Sephora and Ulta's websites amid his recent trial, the Wall Street Journal reported in June.

Fans of Depp flocked to Dior's posts and expressed how happy they were to see that his relationship with the brand is still going strong.

"Such gorgeous photos (and it was a fantastic concert). Thank you, Dior," one wrote. Another commented, "Thank you for supporting Johnny Depp. We love you, Dior."

During Depp and Amber Heard's defamation trial in Virginia earlier this year, his sister Christi Dembrowski claimed that when the exes were still together, the "Aquaman" actress was "in disbelief and sort of disgusted" after learning that Dior wanted to work with Depp.

"Dior, why would Dior want to do business with you? They're about class and style, and you don't have style," Heard allegedly told Depp, according to Dembrowski.

On June 1, the jury found Heard liable of defaming Depp in a 2018 Washington Post op-ed about surviving domestic abuse.

Depp was awarded almost $10.4 million in damages, while Heard was awarded $2 million in compensatory damages after partially winning her countersuit against her ex-husband.

The following month, Heard and Depp both filed motions to appeal the verdicts awarded to one another.

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NEW YORK, NY - MAY 05: Actor Johnny Depp attends the "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 5, 2014 in New York City. Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images