By  on May 1, 2014

It’s a new day for Giorgio Armani in feminine beauty.

At least that is the vision of Veronique Gautier, worldwide president of the Giorgio Armani Parfums division of L’Oréal, who wants to “reinvent [it] in terms of luxury status.” In the past, Armani’s women’s fragrances didn’t match the sales power of the designer’s market-leading men’s brands. But that began to change in 2010 with the launch of the women’s scent Acqua di Gioia, which ranked number 14 globally last year, according to Gautier.

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