Giorgio Armani is without a doubt one of the most notable master luxe designers in the world. Acqua di Giò is one of his best known fragrances. It is technically classified as an aromatic aquatic fragrance for men, and it made its debut in 1996. Highly recognizable, utterly luxurious, and unmistakably masculine, this now-classic variant from Armani is one of the greats. The top notes consist of lime, lemon, bergamot, jasmine, orange, mandarin orange and neroli. The heart includes sea notes, jasmine, calone, peach, freesia, cyclamen, hyacinth, rosemary, violet, coriander, nutmeg, rose and mignonette. White musk, cedar, oakmoss, patchouli and amber round the fragrance out smoothly as the anchor notes of such a classically luxurious fragrance for men. One of the most imitated fragrances in history, no other perfumer has come close to a direct hit.