Giorgio Armani


Giorgio Armani

Giorgio Armani Designer History:
Fashion style icon Giorgio Armani was born in Piacenza near Milan from simple and modest origins on July 11 in 1934.Today he is considered by many as the most well-known and richest style brand of our times. His creative visions evolved from his onset joining open public education, when he developed a love for theater and movies. At first he undertook studies in medicine; however he quit and carried on with photography. When finishing his national service, he went to work as a store front window display stylist in La Rinascente, the famous department store, Italy's first ready-to-wear shop. For nearly a decade from 1961 to 1970, Armani worked as a designer for famous fashion house Nino Cerruti. Places at Ungaro and Zegna happened to shortly follow. He finally left to carry on as self-employed and in 1974, joined together with Sergio Galeott and set up Giorgio Armani S.p.A. An early men's collection was shortly after succeeded by women's wear in 1975, during that period his sister, Rosanna Armani, completed the giant style power group. Recognized for clean, improved collections, Armani’s major boost appeared in 1980 when he outfitted today’s timeless classic movie, "American Gigolo," and most remarkably, the attractive romantic and adventurous Richard Gere. A artist set on a quest and a well-known environmentalist, when in 2002 he was designated Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Timeless in style, however always a pioneer, in January 2007 Armani was the first designer to live stream a haute couture fashion show live over the web.

Currently, the Armani empire includes a number of 2,000 emporia globally with yearly sales of more than $1.8-billion (2011) and over 5.500 employees. However Armani states that he points his perspective and efforts on the regular individuals on the road, feeling that clothing ought to be created to be used not only looked at and working with the expertise he mastered as a menswear designer also created fashionable outfits for women.

The year 2000, Forbes announced Giorgio Armani as the world's most profitable designer, with personal revenue of $135 million in 1999. In 2001, the magazine placed him at No.19 behind the Bvlgari family and in front of the Pradas on a list of Fashion's New Aristocrats.

Armani’s retail industry existence can be noticed all over the planet, especially the 14 Emporio Armani stores and Armani Jeans cafes. Emporio's flagship store is elegantly present on the streets of Milan. A passionate business man in the excellent dining business, there is an Armani Bar in Hong Kong and his two famous projects, NoBu & Prive, can be located worldwide. Expanding even more on his worldwide legend, Armani is the owner of the bookshop, Armani Libri, and the florist, Armani Fiori, besides Armani Dolci the confectionery business. The world’s first Armani Hotel will be located inside the lower 37 floors of the Burj Dubai skyscraper in Dubai. In early 2007, Armani reported that he was ready to offer for sale his renowned homonymous brand names.

Giorgio Armani Fragrance History:
Throughout the time-span of his respected, and admired career, he has developed a true armada of fragrances that accentuates the personality of the unique person and which often has charmed celebrity men and women equally. His Men’s colognes collection features: Armani Code, Armani Mania, the omnipotent, Acqua Di Gio, Attitude, Armani Eau Pour Homme and the famed, Emporio Armani for Him. His women’s Perfumes collection consists of: Sensi, Acqua Di Gio, Armani Mania Women, Armani Code Women, Emporio Armani for Her, and Emporio Armani Diamonds, faced by famous American singer, songwriter, dancer, and actress Beyonce Knowles. One of the latest releases is the Acqua Di Gioia collection. Armani Prive Series is a exclusive fragrance collection addressing both men and women that arrives in various distinct transformations, such as fragrant candles and amber spray.

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