Italian fashion house Bottega Veneta has released its first ever full range of fragrances. The collection, aptly titled Parco Palladiano, is made up of six uniquely designed scents, drawing inspiration from the Palladian gardens located in the Republic of Venice. Created by Creative Director Tomas Maier and three other perfumers – Michel Almairac, Daniela Andrier, Alexis Dadier – the six fragrances each symbolise a special moment spent in the gardens.

When speaking about the inspiration behind the fragrances, Maier says: "Palladio is a source of endless inspiration for me in many ways. Palladio was an artisan as well as an architect who sought balance and harmony in everything. The Palladian gardens that inspire this Parco Palladiano collection represents a perfection on earth and an agricultural utopia." 

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The collection includes a unique blend of ingredients including magnolia, cypress leaves, pink pepper, pears, mint leaves, azalea flower, velvet chestnut, laurel, rosemary, sage leaves and rose. Each fragrance comes complete in a beautifully crafted bottle inspired by elegant Venetian glasswork, following the brand's iconic shape, similar to its Eau Florale and Pour Homme Essence Aromatique fragrances.

Bottega Veneta's Parco Palladiano fragrance collection is now available at all leading beauty counters across the Middle East.