Giorgio Armani - Acqua Di Gio Pour Homme Refillable Eau de Parfum Spray Acqua Di Gio Pour Homme Refillable Eau de Parfum Spray

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ACQUA DI GIÒ EAU DE PARFUM is an intense, long-lasting men's fragrance, where innovative marine notes blend with natural green mandarin, sage, vetiver, and patchouli. The infinite horizon of the sea is captured in a new innovative refill bottle. This fragrance for men is for lovers of the classic Acqua Di Giò olfaction but seeking something more intense and long-lasting. The Bottle: This elegant full transparent bottle holds an uncolored juice that is powerful yet crystalline. Masculine, essential, elegant. The bottle is topped with a dark wood cap, evoking the balance of architecture and nature. This precious, refillable bottle is designed to last: each format of ACQUA DI GIÒ EAU DE PARFUM – 40ml, 75ml or 125 ml – can be unscrewed and refilled at home with the 150ml refill bottle sold separately. ACQUA DI GIÒ EAU DE PARFUM is a statement of sustainability for the timeless fragrance icon, focusing on 4 key pillars: 1. Eco-conception of the bottle 2. Refill ability in all sizes 3. Natural and sustainably sourced ingredients 4. Forest preservation programs in Guatemala

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