Givenchy introduced a splendid fragrance to the market in the year 1991. This fragrance was called Givenchy Amarige for Women, and was inspired by the joy, cheer, heartwarming and uplifting emotions that one experiences at weddings. The name Amarige is more than just a fancy name for a fancy perfume and is an anagram of the French word ‘mariage’ which means ‘marriage’. This fragrance evokes positive feelings of euphoria and pure ecstasy and is ripe with bright and succulent accords that are simply irresistible. The woman who wears this perfume exudes joy and positive energy. She is lively, playful, and graceful. The nose behind this brilliant fragrance is none other than the famous perfumer Dominique Ropion. This liquid ecstasy is contained in a curvy transparent glass flacon with an opaque white stopper, and is available in quantities of 100ml in the eau de toilette concentration.