Giorgio Armani: The History
'Perfume is an intense and engaging language,' says Giorgio Armani. 'I find the world of perfumery fascinating, and each time I work with a "nose" it is always an exciting experience.' Giorgio Armani is a designer who has long seen fragrances as being an important part of a wardrobe.
'I believe in simplicity and perfection to the details. Like each thread of a garment meticulously designed, each detail of my products echoes to my vision of beauty.'
- Giorgio Armani
Eau Pour Homme
As early as 1984, Giorgio Armani launched Eau Pour Homme; conceived to be the embodiment in fragrance of the iconic Armani jacket - deconstructed and fluid. It has given rise to a whole series of scents, which together form a quintessence of the olfactory style of Armani - fresh, refined and elegant; a timeless reference point.Shop now
In 1992, Armani launched a women's fragrance, Gio, capturing the essence of the 'Armani Woman' – tender, innocent and unpredictable. Gio was followed by Acqua di Gio in 1996, a tribute to the sea and the light of the Mediterranean.Shop now
Another notable perfume from Armani is Armani Code (launched 2004), a scent of seduction that sparkles, as if making an eye-catching entry to a room.Shop now
Emporio Armani Diamonds was born in 2007: Vibrant and sensual, this is a fragrance for a youthful, energetic and glamorous woman who lives her life in the present.Shop now
Giorgio Armani describes Sì, launched in 2013, as 'my tribute to modern femininity, an irresistible combination of grace, strength and independent spirit.'Shop now