There are different ways to keep your memory. You can take a picture and frame it. You can write it down in your diary. You can purchase an item as a memento. For Tomas Maier, the former Bottega Veneta’s creative director, he bottled it and he made it something people would lust after – the Parco Palladiano fragrance collection.
The Parco Palladiano collection was first introduced back in 2016. Inspired by the Gardens of Palladian villas of the Veneto in Venice – designed by Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio in the 16th century – the fragrance was crammed with the wonders of plants, herbs, fruits and flowers. Indeed, it is a legacy you can own to remind you of Tomas Maier.
From masculinity-boosting scent, soft and sweet scent to uniquely attractive scent, Bottega Veneta has presented six new unisex scents in a special labyrinth installation at Montebello Vicentino – the Parco Palladiano X Olivo, Parco Palladiano XI Castagno, Parco Palladiano Xll Quercia, Parco Palladiano Xlll Quadrifoglio, Parco Palladiano XIV Melagrana and Palladiano XV Salvia Blu.
Parco Palladiano X Olivo comprises olive and woodsy notes perfect for the gents who want to be masculine and charismatic; while Parco Palladiano XI Castagno with green and balsamic notes is ideal for men who wish to reveal a sweeter side of him. For the Parco Palladiano XII Quercia consisting a rare oak note, it will offer you a distinct and seductive smell.
If the masculine scents do not pique your interest, Bottega Veneta has something softer for you – Parco Palladiano Xlll Quadrifoglio, Parco Palladiano XIV Melagrana and Palladiano XV Salvia Blu.
Parco Palladiano Xlll Quadrifoglio lets you indulge in freshness with a blend of basil, white bergamot and incense; Parco Palladiano XIV Melagrana makes you stand out with its dramatic combination of mandarin, blackcurrant buds and cedarwood; and the Parco Palladiano XV Salvia Blu showers you with romantic notes of sage, lavender and rose.
Paying tribute to Palladian villas, the Parco Palladiano collection is simply named in Roman numbers and bottled in iconic intrecciato-embossed flacons.