Armani Code perfum
Armani Code is the most recent cologne for women from the Giorgio Armani line, and is meant to be the female counterpart to their most popular fragrance Armani Code for men (originally released as Armani Black Code). It was created by perfumers Carlos Benaim, Dominique Ropion, and Olivier Polge of International Flavors & Fragrances, and has notes of of ginger, orange blossom, orange, pear sorbet, jasmine, vanilla, woods and lavender honey.
Armani Code opens with fresh orange and ginger, and the top notes have a nice zing. After that, it is all muted and quite soft and indistinct, with vague honeyed florals and even obscurer hints of fruit -- I 'd not have thought pear -- over a warm but light base of musky woods that are vanilla and light. Happily, it also isn't overly sweet.
Armani is positioning Armani Code as a hot, femme fatale sort of perfume: "a girl's mysterious code of seduction revealed" and all that. This is a really pretty, wearable cologne, and I would pick Armani Code over any amount of the sugar-load fruity florals on the counters at present, but it strikes me as more safe than hot, and as with most of the big name fragrances released this spring, the bottle appears more unusual than the juice itself.
I smelled this on a female coworker and was dumbstruck at how amazing it's...in the air.
On the skin , the first impression I got was amusing. Animal crackers! Sweet and sugary and buttery.
They are becoming postmodern "simulacra" where the copy is so pervasive it's mistaken for being the true original. We can't envision what real deer musk smelled like anymore..
Armani Code for girls is certainly one of those mysteries. Near the wrist, it comes off as a nebulous, velvety "me too" fragrance. But possibly even, musks, and the suederol Iso E Super are blunted and blended so craftily that they equal a whole that doesn't represent the parts. Under it all is a employed touch of generic Avon that is soapy, but smudged with an ozone-like matrix scaffolding that comes across like the scent of a dirty fridge. Mineral or almost a metallic feel, dusty and chilly.
This all falls into place is not detectable to the wearer. It's for every one of us around him or her to decide. I finally discovered this fragrance to be breathtaking...in a great way.