Bought a bottle of this to cheer myself up during the mid 90s during a breakup, so I can't really be objective when reviewing this fragrance. What I remember was, to me, an aquatic floral, a summery scent I was trying to force in the dead of winter. I can't remember much more about the fragrance, and I remember even less about the guy.
Smells totally cheap on me, never wear it.
Like them or not, most of the fragrances originally created by Giorgio Beverly Hills are immediately identifiable. Wings isn't --- my first impression is that it's the original Giorgio's plainer younger sister, with its opening notes of narcissus and orange blossom settling down into a more subdued tuberose than the original, and a rather undistinguished amber-oriental base underlying the whole thing. There are so many other similar fragrances out there this one tends to blend in, becoming just another pretty face in the crowd.
I never could make up my mind about Wings but I used it often enough to know that 1) it's not terrible and 2) it's as available as table salt.
Infinitely better than the male version of this and personally I love this scent on a woman. Very warm and summery.