Today, when we talk about Acqua Di Gio, we most often think of the masculine essence. However, the very first Acqua Di Gio was originally a fragrance for women . This one was imagined in 1995 and brilliantly combines elegance, softness and sensuality.
Armani’s corner of paradise
The Acqua Di Gio perfume is a kind of dive into the intimate universe of the Armani family. Indeed, its smell evokes the island of Pantelleria, a piece of land lost off the coast of Sicily. Armani borrowed its warmth from the sun and contrasted it with the dazzling freshness of the sea. Acqua Di Gio is thus a perfume of contrast. It highlights sugar and salt, sweetness and bitterness. It is like the sea, sometimes gentle but often tumultuous. Its burning freshness is an ode to nature. Acqua Di Gio is a scent of escape that instinctively gives you desires for elsewhere. In addition, the contrast is also a typical character trait of Giorgio Armani who liked to say: “I like to travel but I don’t like to leave. In short, Acqua Di Gio reflects the gentle provocation of the brand’s creator.
Acqua Di Gio starts with a tangy scent emanating from sweet peas. This brings a very interesting and unique game of sweet-salty contrast to the whole. Then, the whole evolves towards a more heady and floral heart. This associates in particular jasmine, white hyacinth and freesia. The grape, on the other hand, brings a sweet sweetness soaked in sunshine. Finally, Acqua Di Gio finishes its course with very sensual woody and musky scents. Everything is contained in a bottle that says a lot about its freshness. Its glass walls are similar to a jade stone and evoke a dive into the heart of the crystal clear waters of the Sicilian island. Acqua Di Gio is a perfume in the color of the lagoon whose juice seems warmed by the tropical sun.