The new film created by Tomas Maier about Bottega Veneta Scent by Christian Weber caught my attention. It basically tells us about the story of the fragrance.
This is how the scent is described:
“Evoking the suppleness and sensuality of the house’s renowned leather goods, the fragrance, a leathery floral chypre, marries the olfactory language of the Venetian countryside —fresh meadows, mown hay, flowers, earth, and wood— with the gentle richness of leather in a creation crafted with the meticulousness of a master artisan.
The backbone of the fragrance is chypre with a combination of bergamot, patchouli and oak moss. Sensual floral and spicy components gesture toward the East, a recollection of Venice’s place at the end of the Silk Road.
Natural ingredients trace a global path: there is bergamot from Italy, Jasmine Sambac picked in India, and patchouli from Indonesia. Composed by renowned master perfumer Michel Almairac, the Bottega Veneta fragrance reveals its signature character from the start. The structure of the fragrance is unique, a fine mesh of extraordinary raw materials whose individual scents are woven together to create a supple and harmonious whole.”
The product is already available:
Eau De Parfum 30ml: £42/€52.50, Eau De Parfum 50ml: £60/€75.00, Eau De Parfum 75ml: £75/€93.80, Shower Gel: £31/€38.80, Body Lotion: £33/€41.30, Body Cream: £50/€62.50
Sounds interesting and I would definitely want to try it.