Bottega Veneta Parco Palladiano XIV Melagrana

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Discretion, quality, and unsurpassed craftsmanship – Bottega Veneta has established a new standard of luxury. Bottega Veneta Parco Palladiano is an ultra-luxury and exclusive collection of 15 fragrances inspired by an olfactive journey through a Palladian Garden, in Italy.

Bottega Veneta Discretion, quality, and craftsmanship – a new standard of luxury since 1966

The Parco Palladiano Collection goes to the very heart of Bottega Veneta, and its deep roots among the traditions and beauty of the Veneto region, where Bottega Veneta was founded in 1966. The Veneto is the natural home for some of the world’s greatest artisans and craftspeople, with techniques passed between generations for centuries. It is an area where the timeless designs of the human hand sit in perfect harmony with the nature all around. Conceived and overseen by Creative Director Tomas Maier, each scent of the Parco Palladiano Collection is an ‘olfactory trompe l’oeil’, capturing different moments and experiences in a Palladian garden.

Created by Sidonie Lancesseur, Parco Palladiano XIV Melagrana is a fresh and radiant fragrance, inspired by a spring walk in the Palladian Garden where one can witness the rebirth of flowers and fruits. The unisex scent recalls the vibrancy of ripe pomegranate, tempered with the pure sunlight of early morning. With a delicately pale pink juice, the luminous fragrance combines mandarin with blackcurrant buds, anchored by an intense and resinous cedarwood base.

The glass bottle and silver cap are elegantly embossed with the intrecciato pattern and expertly hand-finished.

Each bottle of Parco Palladiano reflects the traditions of Bottega Veneta and the Veneto region, with the house’s iconic intrecciato. The flacon itself is inspired by classic Venetian glasswork, an aesthetic that defines the Bottega Veneta fragrance house.

Bottega Veneta Parco Palladiano I Magnolia is available as 100ml Eau de Parfum. Come into the wonderful world of Bottega Veneta.

 

 

 

 

 

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