Azzaro introduces a new story between a man and a woman early in 2011; a story that tells about their intense passion, their encounter and their merging. This story about rare and precious, strong and permanent love is expressed through the new set of perfumes Azzaro Duo - Azzaro Duo Women and Azzaro Duo Men. Azzaro Duo celebrates the chemistry between two people and the union which they represent, promoted with the "Love is precious" slogan. Azzaro Duo Men also includes two scented bubbles – sparkling and intense. First emits green notes of galbanum, grapefruit and juniper berries, while the other is intoxicating and woody with vetiver, tonka and musk .The composition is oriental - woody - green. The bottles – color of yellow gold for her and white gold for him - symbolize the magic and chemistry between two people, since they fit perfectly. Elongated, curved and twisted, they are intertwined in a sensual kiss. The Azzaro brand was created in the image of its founder, Loris Azzaro. A Tunisian-born Sicilian who embodied the essence of Mediterranean luxury—tanned, sensual, hedonistic—the designer quickly established a reputation in the late 1960s with his glamorous and sexy fashions. The brand expanded its offering to include fragrances, introducing Azzaro for Women in 1975, to be followed soon by the modern classic Azzaro pour Homme in 1978. From its inception, and continuing through its newest releases under current artistic director Vanessa Seward, Azzaro embodies a chic and jet-setting lifestyle synonymous with present-day luxury. Designer Azzaro has over 40 perfumes. The earliest edition was created in 1975 and the newest is from 2012. Azzaro fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Maurice Maurin, Michel Almairac, Aurelien Guichard, Lucas Sieuzac, Christophe Raynaud, Annie Buzantian, Alberto Morillas, Gerard Anthony, Martin Heiddenreich, Richard Wirtz, Michel Girard, Laurent Bruyere, Karine Dubreuil, Olivier Pescheux, Fabrice Pellegrin, Nathalie Feisthauer, Jacques Cavallier, Francoise Caron, Ursula Wandel, Raphael Haury, Richard Ibanez, Christine Nagel, Benoist Lapouza, Sidonie Lancesseur, Annick Menardo, Domitille Michalon and Olivier Polge.