Giorgio Armani Acqua Di Gio Profondo For Men EDP 125ml
Inspired by the mystery of the deep blue sea is Acqua Di Gio Profondo, a masculine fragrance introduced in 2020 by Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani. This luxury men’s scent brings the depth and complexity of the ocean to life with top notes of marine accord, bergamot, and green mandarin. The heart notes of rosemary, lavender, and cypress add freshness, and the base notes of amber, patchouli, musk, and mineral accord finish on a strong, memorable note.
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The newest creation of the house, Acqua di Gio Profondo, is, as announced by the house, a modernized and intensified interpretation of the iconic Acqua di Gio fragrance, created as a celebration of a marine notes in a fusion of sophisticated aromatic essences and woody and salty accords that goes back to the range’s origins: the sea. The refined navy blue color of the bottle pays tribute to Mr. Armani’s most iconic fashion color.
Master perfumer Morillas puts in this newest creation for Armani the marine accords right in the opening of the composition. They are the iconic Acqua di Giò marine notes, but modernized with AQUOZONE – a state of the art aquatic molecule for a new dynamic & iodic freshness, while juiciness is created with a blend of bergamot and Brazilian green mandarin. A blend of aromatic essences builds the heart of the fragrance, combining rosemary, lavender, cypress and lentisk absolute, followed with modern effects of mineral amber reflecting the salty depths of the sea, softened with Guatemalan patchouli and an enveloping musk.
Top notes: marine notes, Aquozone,
bergamot, Brazilian green mandarin
Middle notes: rosemary, lavender,
cypress, lentisk absolute
Base notes: mineral amber,
Guatemalan patchouli, musk
Aleksandar Rusić is the new advertising face of the latest Armani release, Acqua di Giò Profondo, and the juice is “encapsulated in the emblematic Acqua di Giò frosted glass bottle, unveiled in an elegant, almost opaque navy blue, echoing the sea depths it captures.”