Pivoine Suzhou, inspired by China's famed gardens, welcomes you to meander amid streams, arched bridges, and century-old trees. This scent pays homage to the peony, the most popular flower in the Chinese dynasty. It has long been known as the Queen of Flowers by the locals, and it represents happiness, grace, and success. Giorgio Armani's eau de toilette is light and pleasant, with faint citrus undertones and a mesmerizing wake.
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