The house of Armani issued perfumes
Born in 1934, Giorgio Armani started his career as a buyer for the Italian department store La Rinascente, then became a stylist for Nino Cerruti. He founded his own brand in 1975, and in 1980 he entered into a partnership with L’Oréal for fragrances. His first perfume, Armani, was created in ‘82, followed two years later by Armani pour Homme. The designer has launched a number of other creations, like Gio and Acqua di Gio, the men’s version of which (1996) is one of the best-selling fragrances in the world. Like his fashion, his fragrances are composed of several collections, including Emporio Armani, a trendy, young line; and Armani Privé, a more Haute Couture line. Present in several other sectors outside of fashion (home decorating, hotels, spas, and more), Giorgio Armani also proposes several cosmetics lines.
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