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Little bottle of vintage Armani


There are few unfamiliar with the name, Giorgio Armani. In fact, I was leafing through my collection of perfume the other day and rediscovered this pretty bottle of Gio. I'm pretty sure its been resting in my vanity for about a decade, so I couldn't defy resuscitation. 

A distinguished principle within the fashion industry, Armani's veritable cornucopia of designs ranging from haute couture to ready-to-wear (for both men and women) have become well-established over the years. Even fewer are unfamiliar with Armani's stunning campaign photography, featuring many of today's celebrity favorites. The aesthetically visionary images seem to capture the essence of a sophisticated seduction that leaves audience's imaginations beckoning for more. Then there's the pursuit of retail  therapy... seen not only in stores across the globe but also as it marches down heavenly lit runways, inspiring its way straight into our trend-loving, must-have hearts. 
I was browsing Whites Boutique and instantly took a liking to this stone mac coat and its almost cosmic funnel collar. So good! Clearly, the Italian powerhouse beholds a visceral expression of class and lavishness to each and every silhouette, conveying a statement that makes you want to take permanent residence in the world of Armani.

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