The Acqua Di Gioia fragrance is inspired by distant islands where Giorgio Armani likes to replenish his energy and where rainwater and sea spray blend together creating a liquid that evokes the very spirit of luxuriant and fertile nature. Sound lovely? It is!
This fresh fragrance, which means “water of joy”, was created to denote the place where the deep blue Meditteranean meets the sun and earth. The new essence of joy.
- Top notes are: Crushed Mint, sensuous Brown Sugar, with a zest of Italian lemon.
- Middle notes are: Water Jasmine, peony and traces of pink pepper
- Base notes are Cedarwood and Labdanum, which is one of the rare plants to possess animal notes.
In my mind, I think of Giorgio Armani Acqua di Gioia as a “watery floral”. In other words, I definitely get the fresh, aquatic and floral notes as the predominant notes in the fragrance when I wear it. It’s perfect for wearing during the daytime, when you want a light, clean fragrance. I also love the bottle; it’s substantial and sensuous at the same time. It was created to combines the notion of the waves of the sea and a woman’s body in a single drop of thick, transparent glass.
Now through March 31st, purchase a bottle of Acqua di Gioia and Armani will donate $1 to Unicef Tap project, which gives a child 40 days of clean water.