Bottega Veneta will launch the Parco Palladiano collection in May. The six luxury unisex fragrances are designed to trace a walk in the gardens of the Villa Capra La Rotonda (designed by Andrea Palladio), near Vicenza. The fragrances were developed by perfumers Michel Almairac, Daniela Andrier and Alexis Dadier.
Parco Palladiano I ~ "a magnolia tree under the morning dew". [Perfumer Michel Almairac. Additional notes include woods, musk and amber.]
Parco Palladiano II ~ cypress leaves. [Perfumer Alexis Dadier. Additional notes include salt, pink pepper, and juniper berries.]
Parco Palladiano III ~ mint and pear tree. [Perfumer Daniela Andrier. Additional notes include grass.]
Parco Palladiano IV ~ azaleas in summer. [Perfumer Alexis Dadier. Additional notes include vanilla and chestnut.]
Parco Palladiano V ~ "an aromatic herb garden in mid-afternoon". [Perfumer Daniela Andrier. Additional notes include rosemary, sage and laurel.]
Parco Palladiano VI ~ wood and roses. [Perfumers Michel Almairac and Mylène Arlan. Additional notes include peony, cinnamon, sandalwood and cedar.]
The Bottega Veneta Parco Palladiano collection will be available in 100 ml Eau de Parfum, €265 each. They will be in limited distribution (Bottega Veneta boutiques, Harrods, Bergdorf Goodman, among others.)
Update ~ The US price will be $295. Additional information above in brackets via Vogue.