Eau Pour Homme by Giorgio Armani

SENSE OF LIGHT AND DARK. Back in 1984, Giorgio Armani launched his very first fragrance for men, Eau Pour Homme

Now, almost 30 years later, what is old is new again with the revamping of the iconic perfume. Although the scent is still as masculine as ever—a blend of citrus and coriander, with spices and neroli, as well as cedar and patchouli—Eau Pour Homme now comes with a slightly different, sleeker and sharper bottle. But Eau Pour Homme isn’t the only men’s perfume from Giorgio Armani this year; Eau de Nuit is also being introduced as the “twin brother” of the former. We think it’s more like the wicked twin. Where Eau Pour Homme is clear-bottled and elegant, Eau de Nuit is blackcolored, warmer and more sensual. The intense top notes are made of bergamot, pink pepper and cardamom; while the heart notes are filled with nutmeg and iris. Amber and tonka bean that shape the base notes give Eau de Nuit its mysterious touch.