The famous Italian fashion house of Bottega Veneta launches a new perfume for women, Knot Eau Absolue following the previous editions Knot (2014), and Knot Eau Florale (2015).
This oriental note once smelled will intoxicate your nose, and that’s why over the centuries it is still a classic/memorable hint in any perfumes.
The new perfume, Bottega Veneta Knot Eau Absolue, is composed by famous perfumer Daniela Roche Andrier – who has also composed the previous Knot editions. Knot Eau Absolue has a recognizable floral-infused aroma, sweetened and warm enough not to be overwhelming, nor too pungent. Nonetheless, the intense brown design inspires a strong and powerful aroma, it still has its calm and soft vanilla side that allows it to be worn during the whole day.
Bottega Veneta Knot Eau Absolue sparkles with top notes of sweet heliotrope and neroli note along with floral accords of jasmine and lavender. The base calms on opoponax and myrrh notes. For me, myrrh is one of the notes I simple adore due to its rareness and exquisiteness.
Bottega Veneta Knot Eau Absolue is available as 30, 50 and 75ml Eau de Parfum.
Three years after their first venture into perfume, Bottega Veneta and Coty Global Markets are launching the Italian label’s second eau de parfum for women. The new scent, called Knot, is fresh, floral, and breezy – different from its leathery predecessor .
This is part of our journey of scent….behind each fragrance, there is a precise idea.
Tomas Maier, Bottega Veneta creative director.
The inspiration for Knot came from an imaginary house on the Italian coast, with the smell of fresh flowers and laundry wavering through an open window. “What I’m working on is creating a world”, Maier added, emphasising that each fragrance is an important and timeless piece in the brand’s fragrance puzzle.
Created by Daniela Andrier of Givaudan, the new scent’s body starts with a clementine accord, mixing mandarin, limette, neroli and orange flower. While sweet Lavender is at the heart, with rose and peony providing a floral bouquet to contrast the earthier musk and Tabaco-scented Tonka beans at its base.
The advertising campaign, will feature Australian model Julia Nobis in a series of intimate portraits by David Armstrong, with Knot set to roll out onto shelves this September.