Bottega Veneta perfumes for women and men: Three new fragrances added to Parco Palladiano collection

Springtime Romance with Bottega Veneta's Parco Palladiano Fragrances

The springtime-inspired scents depict a day’s passage in the idyllic 16th century Palladian gardens
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One year on, Bottega Veneta completes its Parco Palladiano fragrance collection with the addition of three new perfumes. Created by renowned perfumers Michel Almairac, Mylène Alran, and Sidonie Lancesseur under the direction of Tomas Maier’s direction, Parco Palladiano VII, VIII and IX — named in a nod to the classical style of Palladian gardens — blend the Veneto region’s native flowers, woods, spices and fruit trees to create an “olfactory trompe l’oeil”. 


The powdery scent of lilac trees at dawn, wafted on a breeze over the Venice laguna was the inspiration behind Michel Almairac’s musky floral composition.


Honeyed neroli, fleur d’oranger and woody petitgrain unite in Mylène Alran’s sensory impression of an orange orchard under the blazing heat of a midday sun.


With a cool sunset over fields of violet as her guide, Sidonie Lancesseur’s first fragrance for the house is a radiant, floral woody combination.


Parco Palladiano fragrances ($390 each, 100ml) are available at Bottega Veneta boutiques and Metro Paragon.

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