In revealing Eau pour Homme in 1984, Giorgio Armani offered a fragrance perfectly in tune with his creative philosophy. The bottle, with its rounded shoulders and masculine architecture, is the visual embodiment of what it contains. At the heart of the perfume lies a timeless fragrance in a purely Italian, classic style, in which Giorgio Armani has infused a hint of nonchalance, a spontaneous freshness, and warm, calm, virility. The formula was perfectly conceived, captivating three generations of men over time. True to itself, the Eau pour Homme formula remains completely unchanged. The opening notes of fresh citrus fruit--bitter orange and tangerine--like a first sun-drenched wave, are enhanced by peppery coriander notes. Then come spices – nutmeg and cumin – subtly enveloped by neroli. The freshness becomes richer and denser, before finally being warmed by the woody aroma of cedar and patchouli, a wild spirited accord, persistent yet perfectly tamed.