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ARMANI Eau Pour Homme Eau de Toilette 100 Ml

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Well after a few sprays I get the beautiful citrus burst interwoven with neroli and some light spice and moss.

Best times of application would be during Summer daytime but it could be rocked during summer nights too. In addition, as we give you the option to choose what best suits your needs from several sellers, you have the power to decide so you can make your purchase as you wish. There's a lemon-like opening, and a pleasant dry down that offers a refreshing antidote to the incense-heavy orientals and musky fougeres of the 80s.

There's a slight retro feel for sure but not enough to feel dated in the way that many 80's masculines can. Armani Eau Pour Homme alongside Versace L'Homme and the previous year's Yves Saint Laurent Pour Homme Haute Concentration (1983), would be a vanguard for a final generation of designer citrus chypres for men, being followed by Penhaligon's Douro Eau de Portugal/Lords (1985), Gianfranco Ferré for Man (1986), and R de Capucci by Roberto Capucci (1986) until the genre was subverted with semi-oriental tones before disappearing altogether into the 90's. The last time I tried this was in 2012 and it was the previous formulation and I was very disappointed as I love the original 1984 version. It's like an aromatic summer breeze in an Italian citrus grove, but it's not boring - there's more to it.

If you come across an original vintage of this holy water, do not hesitate - I doubt that you would be disappointed. Read about this perfume in other languages: Deutsch, Español, Français, Čeština, Italiano, Русский, Polski, Português, Ελληνικά, 汉语, Nederlands, Srpski, Română, العربية, Українська, Монгол, עברית.Guys 30-40ish can still wear something interesting and fun (hell, so can guys 55+, for that matter). I used to own a huge collection of natural essential oils and this frag is clearly based on pure extracts. I wish Armani never discontinued this cologne I would give this an 11/10 if I could, have not been able to find a replacement of something similar. Giorgio Armani was just finding his stride as fashion mogul by the early 1980's, having done his time as a designer for Nino Cerruti in the 1960's before launching his eponymous house in 1975. After the initial explosion where sour bergamot prevails, the heart chord is a creamy and white soap (congrats lily) but dated and with only a remote imaginary mention of tangerine, added interesting and sensitive touches (and a little strange) of basil and moss.

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