New Fragrance

New Fragrance

New Fragrance

PARCO PALLADIANO COLLECTIONThree new floral fragrances, Parco Palladiano VII, VIII and IX, complement the collection, capturing particular moments and experiences in a Palladian garden at springtime.

NEW FRAGRANCES

An intense and luminous musky floral composition, Parco Palladiano VII has a pale lavender juice, recalling the precious petals of the lilac flower.

The golden juice captures the delicate orange tree and its petals, peel, and bark, with the warm light of the sun’s rays shining above.

The plum-colored juice, captivating in its intensity, is a rare combination of floral woody notes emblematic of the house.

A collection of exclusive fragrances for women and men inspired by the Palladian gardens of the Veneto region of Italy, where Bottega Veneta was founded in 1966.

THE COLLECTION

A fresh fragrance with floral notes of magnolia in a pale yellow hue. Bark serves as counterpoint, adding long-lasting woody accords.

The dark, energising green hue recalls a shaded spot under a cypress tree. The woody notes are balanced by spicy heart notes of pink pepper. 

Fruity notes of pear tree create a succulent, enveloping fragrance, energised by refreshing mint accents. The orange-yellow hue evokes an orchard in early Autumn.

With its bright, summery yellow hue, the fragrance features a unique blend of azalea and chestnut that creates a velvety and deeply feminine fragrance.

A fresh fragrance featuring elaborate aromatic notes. The crisp green hue evokes the powerful image of a tall tree in the late afternoon sun.

Rich notes of rose are blended with woody accords to create a spicy, sumptuous and elegant scent in a delicate shade of pink.

Designed by sixteenth-century Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio, the villas and their gardens offer a dream of life- classical architecture merges with landscape to create a perfectly balanced vision, ever evolving as the season pass.

Palladio is a source of endless inspiration for me in many ways. My father was an architect who studied the work of Palladio, so his teachings have always been part of my life even before I started as creative director at Bottega Veneta. Palladio was an artisan as well as an architect who sought balance and harmony in everything.

TOMAS MAIER