Giorgio Armani translates his sense of fashion and his aesthetic vision into the world of fragrances, make-up and skincare. Elegance is key: beauty, simplicity and quality are delivered through products made from the finest materials, designed to convey an understated and timeless sophistication.

Armani Code was created by the perfumers Antoine Maisondieu and Antoine Lie and was released to the public in 2004. It was first called “Black Code”, but then it was decided to change the name to what it is called today as “Code”. This perfume is the winner of award “FiFi Award Fragrance Of The Year Men`s Luxe 2006“.

Armani Code begins with clean top notes of lemon and bergamot followed by mid notes of olive flower and pepper. The scent closes on sensual notes of tonka bean and guaiacum wood. This is definitely seductive fragrance for men.


• Lemon
• Bergamot
• Aromatic Mediterranean Notes
• Guaiac Wood
• Tonka Bean


Alcohol, Water, Fragrance, BHT, Linalool, Geraniol, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Coumarin, Limonene, Hydroxyisohexyl 3-Cyclohexene Carboxaldehyde, Hydroxycitronellal, Citronellal, Citornellol, Citral, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Hexyl Cinnamal.


Fresh. Sexy. Masculine.

I personally rotate my perfumes everyday. I always try to have at least 5 of them in my collection to swap around with. Of course i tend to use-up more of some of them, but i usually mix it up on a day to day basis. Also i like to alternate the perfumes i buy, for example previously i bought the “Armani Code Profumo” which was also very nice.

This time i decided to buy something different. You don’t want to be the guy that walks in the room and people are like “Oh, Jake is here”, plus it’s a true fact that people get use to our perfume smell and stop smelling it, just like we do eventually. That’s one of the main reasons i like switching up my perfume regularly.I highly suggest this Perfume, its sweet in a masculine way without being cloying, adding a sexy smell for a night-out. A great year-round perfume for all sorts of weather.