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Bottega Veneta’s Parco Palladiano Range Is The Brand’s New Tease

By Victor Baker


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If your idea of the perfect vacation involves traveling through the Italian countryside and enjoying La Dolce Vita (or the beautiful life) there, Bottega Veneta has interesting surprise just for you. The brand’s new perfume range, called Parco Palladiano, aims to capture the unique flavors from the Italian countryside, in six unique fragrances, that will surely tease all your senses.

Inspired by the gorgeous Italian region of Veneto,  the place where the brand was actually founded back in 1966, this delightful fragrance range tries to capture the true essence of the Palladian gardens, summing up the aromas of a day, from morning to sundown, with delicate notes of magnolias, a fresh hit of cypress leaves and azaleas, and seductive aromas of roses and cinnamon.

Parco Palladiano

According to Bottega Veneta’s creative director, Tomas Maier, three skilled perfumers, Michel Almairac, Alexis Dadier and Daniela Andrier were co-opted to add their own touch to this special range of perfumes, which honors the Veneto region,

The exterior of each bottle boasts the chic intrecciato pattern, but customers could also get any of these fragrances in simple bottles that could be paired with cushioned woven leather pouches, later this year. Each perfume from Bottega Veneta’s Parco Palladiano Range will be available in 100 ml bottles, accompanied by a hefty $296 price-tag.

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