Giorgio Body Lotion

Photomicrograph of Giorgio Body Lotion

Created by the designers of Giorgio Beverly Hills, Giorgio for women is a fragrance usually described as having a rich floral scent. The signature perfume, which blends sandalwood, tuberose, vanilla, orange flower, jasmine, and gardenia, among other scents, was introduced in 1982 and has continued to be sold in its distinctive yellow and white packaging ever since. Giorgio is often closely associated with the assertive, non-nonsense attitude of the 1980s and is considered by some today to be most appropriate for nights out on the town. A male version of the classic perfume, which was introduced two years after its female counterpart, is a spicy fragrance that contains notes of orange, cinnamon, and carnation.


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