Armani/Dolci Collection by Guido Gobino for Valentine’s Day 2023: declare your love with sweetness

February 3, 2023
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Armani/Dolci Saint Valentin 2023 by Guido Gobino
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Valentine’s Day is a day to express our love and affection for those we love, and what better way to do so than with chocolates. Armani/Dolci by Guido Gobino is taking this tradition a step further this year by offering limited edition heart-shaped chocolates and chocolates with the ‘A’ logo in two delicious flavors: white chocolate with yuzu and vanilla, and dark chocolate 63% with cardamom. The chocolates and pralines are beautifully presented in round and square tin boxes, creating an elegant and sophisticated gift that is sure to impress.

The packaging of the chocolates and pralines is bold and inspired by the Armani/Casa decorative pattern. The lacquer red geometric lines running across a delicate gray background evoke traditional elements of Japanese aesthetics and architecture, making it a perfect gift for anyone who loves sophisticated and elegant design. The thin red ribbon and customizable Armani/Dolci label complete the elegant packaging.

In addition to the heart-shaped chocolates and ‘A’ logo pralines, the chocolates are also combined with licorice dark chocolate pralines, salted gianduja pralines and strawberry dark chocolate pralines, creating an assortment of flavors that will delight the taste buds. Round boxes and square boxes of 4 or 9 pieces make it easy to find the perfect gift for a loved one.

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Armani/Dolci Saint Valentin 2023 by Guido Gobino
Armani/Dolci Saint Valentin 2023 by Guido Gobino
Armani/Dolci Saint Valentin 2023 by Guido Gobino

The Armani/Dolci Valentine’s Day 2023 by Guido Gobino collection is available in stores in Milan, Dubai and Tokyo, on and on for delivery in Milan.

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