New from Bottega Veneta comes a range of scents designed for the summer months, and with inspiration from Italy's vast cultural heritage and lush landscapes.
The Parco Palladiano collection has in the words of Tomas Maier been conceived by considering the works of Palladio. The range includes 6 fragrances with scents of magnolia, cypress leaves, sun-ripened pear, azalea flowers, aromatic herbs (laurel, rosemary, sage), and, the queen of flowers, rose. These scents were developed from two years of testing and concocting various experiences and moments from the gardens. Maier called on three perfumers for this: Michel Almairac and Daniela Andrier, who have already worked with Bottega Veneta, and Alexis Dadier, who works with the brand for the first time.
Available now in 100ml sizes priced at £180 per bottle.