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Giorgio by Giorgio Beverly Hills Review
Giorgio by Giorgio Beverly Hills is such a loud scent that some restaurants had to ban it in the ‘80s, but with that strength came bright and fresh that is meant to complement a sunny day. It is slightly sweet, owing to its florals, but also slightly sour. The presence of vanilla makes the woodsy elements in the concoction richer, and the white florals are lush and warm. This is a memorable scent even after almost four decades later, all the while maintaining excellent wear time and a happy aura.
We feel that this is sunshine and happiness in a bottle
Very rich and creamy
Balances sweet and sour impeccably
Does not feel dated despite its age
A bottle will last you a long time because of its excellent longevity
Can be suffocating in tiny spaces
No mystery here as it is easily recognizable because of its popularity in the 1980s
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The explosive Giorgio by Giorgio Beverly Hills is as bright and sunny as the bottle and the packaging that came with it. Released in 1981, it is the very first scent from the label which soon evolved to become one of the decade’s most popular choices, due in part to its innovative advertising: through a scent strip in everyone’s magazines, which has not been done previously. Created by Bob Aliano, it soon drew the attention of many women, and even men. Its top notes are listed as orange blossom, bergamot, apricot, peach; middle notes are made up of ylang ylang, gardenia, jasmine, orchid, rose and tuberose; and base notes include musk, cedar, vanilla, patchouli, sandalwood, amber cedar and oakmoss.