Inspired by the relationship between humankind and nature, the new Giorgio Armani Acqua di Gio EDP clears the over-the-top charade of fragrance culture and gets back to basics.
Eco-conceived, refillable, and composed of sustainable ingredients, the new Giorgio Armani Acqua di Gio EDP really does walk the walk – but don’t take it from us. We went ahead and called on a couple of artists who inspire us to try out Acqua di Gio for themselves and report back on their first impressions.
Actor and musician Andrew Matarazzo explores true authenticity through his craft and finds his perfect match with the new Giorgio Armani Acqua di Gio EDP.
Talking to us about his passion for acting and creating music, Matarazzo realizes that both practices ignite the practice of self discovery. “It makes me explore very deep parts of myself and challenge myself … I’ve developed a really strong sense of self that way,” he says. Wearing the new Giorgio Armani Acqua di Gio EDP proved to only heighten Matarazzo’s originality as he adds of the fragrance, “It makes me feel sexy, fresh, and nostalgic. I can’t help but think of the coast of Italy when I wear it.” Read more from Matarazzo
Digital creator James Acai operates in a visually-driven world. His aesthetic is calm, cool, collected and heavily inspired by nature – much like the new Giorgio Armani Acqua di Gio EDP.
After trying out the fragrance, Acai notes, “Beyond Acqua Di Gio EDP’s sporty element aligning with my active lifestyle, I find the classic look of its signature bottle attractive, elegant, and sophisticated. So not only does the fragrance smell remarkable while also making me feel incredible, it is packaged in a way that speaks to my design preferences.” Read more from Acai
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