The seventh fragrance, created by Michel Almairac, is a whimsical promenade in a Palladian garden in Spring, not far from the laguna, when the air is filled with the floral powdery perfume of blooming lilacs.
Deeply connecting its identity to the Veneto region, as its territory of origin, the Bottega Veneta Parco Palladiano flacon is inspired by Venetian glasswork. Created with an extreme attention to detail, high precision and relentless perfectionism, the flacons and caps are entirely wrapped with intrecciato, reflecting the brand's exceptional heritage and superlative quality. The luxurious coffret box features a delicately embossed intrecciato in tones of white, emphasizing the fragrance's natural colors.
3.4 oz./ 100 mL
About Bottega Veneta:
It was 1966 in Vicenza, Italy, when Vittorio and Laura Moltedo introduced Bottega Veneta with a collection of buttery soft leather handbags. The line's signature intrecciato weave set the bags apart and made them must-haves. Over the years, Bottega Veneta expanded its vision of extraordinary yet subtle luxury to include ready-to-wear, shoes, and more. Today, creative director Tomas Maier helms the label, continuing in the tradition of tasteful sophistication.