Giorgio is vivacious and serene as the sunbeams, decorated with yellow stripes of joy, and represented in 1981. It was created by Bob Aliano, who gave the top notes orange blossom, peach, apricot and trails of sweet and fresh bergamot. The middle notes bring ylang-ylang, seductive tuberose, gardenia, jasmine, rose and orchid. Floral bouquet spreads itself in the base, with warm sandalwood, patchouli, vanilla, amber, cedar, oakmoss and musk. In 1980s this perfume used to represent the symbol of luxury, memorable and long-lasting, and was often banned from restaurants due to its intensity. Giorgio was created by M.L. Quince, Francis Camail and Harry Cuttle.
Category: Women’s Perfume