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
1984: 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