Bottega Veneta’s New Perfumes Actually Smell Like an Italian Garden
It took three perfumers and more than two years to develop the six-scent Parco Palladiano collection.
Fragrance and place tend to go hand in hand. More visceral than sight, more tangible than touch, a scent can transport you instantly to another location, whether it’s the pine trees and wood smoke of a Texas campground or the citrus groves of Calabria.
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