Armani Acqua Di Gio EDT is a light, distinguished eau de toilette inspired by the fresh sea, warm sun and the richness of the earth. This aquatic, aromatic men’s fragrance opens with a splash of fresh calabrian bergamot, neroli and green tangerine. Light, aquatic nuances mix with jasmine petal, crisp rock rose, rosemary, fruity persimmon and warm Indonesian patchouli to create a masculine scent that is both fresh and sensual. Natural and authentic, it is the perfect cologne for gifting.
Gift Set Contents: EDT 100ml, Body Shampoo 75ml & After Shave Balm 75ml
Acqua Di Giò opens with a splash of fresh, Calabrian Bergamot, Neroli and Green Tangerine. Light, aquatic nuances mix with Rosemary, sweet Persimmon, and warm Indonesian Patchouli to create a fresh smelling fragrance for men.
Fragrance Family: Woody marine freshness
Top Notes: Bergamot, Neroli & Tangerine
Heart Notes: Ozonic Marine Notes, Sambac Jasmine Essence, Rock Rose & Persimmon Fruit
Base Notes: Cedarwood, Patchouli & Musk
The best practice for wearing eau de toilette is to apply it to dry skin. You'll want to focus it on heated areas on your body, including your chest, neck, lower jaw, wrist, forearm, inner elbow and shoulders. Your body heat helps diffuse the scent and make the scent last longer.
About Giorgio Armani
Giorgio Armani started his career as a display assistant and buyer for the famous Italian department store group, La Rinascente. He moved on to designing for Nino Cerruti, and in 1970 launched his own pieces – notably men’s leather bomber jackets. Armani’s designs were a world away from the suited look Italian menswear was known for – using softer, cooler fabrics like linen, and unconstructed tailoring.
By 1975, he’d launched his own label – with just $10,000. A year later, Giorgio Armani was introduced to the US via an exclusive with Barneys department store. But what probably did mody to imprint Armani onto our consciousness at that time was the film ‘American Gigolo’, with Richard Gere, in which the actor wore exclusively his designs throughout what’s become a classic movie. (It was the first of countless cinematic and operatic collaborations.)
If we think of Armani’s fragrances as a complete wardrobe, then let’s start with the luxe, dressed-up Armani/Privé – fragrance couture, akin to an exquisite ballgown or a made-to-measure tux. Each showcases the natural beauty of a single unique and luxurious, precious ingredient, suited to an array of moods and designed to be worn and enjoyed by confident men and women alike – like Orangerie Venise, above, a shareable, light-filled interpretation of the classic Cologne – a zesty breath of summer, bottled. Or Pivoine Suzhou Eau de Toilette, inspired by the beautiful gardens of Asia. Or – for rose-lovers – Rose Alexandrie, a dedication to the rose by Giorgio Armani, who ‘wanted to create a fragrance which paid tribute to… the contrast in this strong and fragile flower.’
DirectionsBefore use, ensure your skin is hydrated to make your cologne last longer • Apply Acqua di Gio for men fragrance to the inside of your elbows, wrists and behind your ears for a long-lasting scent.
DosageApply on pulse point: wrist, inner elbow and neck.
IngredientsALCOHOL, AQUA / WATER, PARFUM / FRAGRANCE, BHT, LINALOOL, GERANIOL, EUGENOL, ALPHA-ISOMETHYL IONONE, CINNAMYL ALCOHOL, LIMONENE, CITRAL, CITRONELLOL, BUTYLPHENYL METHYLPROPIONAL, BENZYL SALICYLATE.