Olfactory Epiphany-Bottega Veneta’s creative director Tomas Maier has a clear vision about the brand’s first masculine scent, that will be launched next September. Inspired by an outdoor walk in the Italian region of Veneto, with a breathtaking nature as the ideal background, the new scent has been created to resist time, giving a feeling of uniqueness, thanks to its olfactory structure, created by Daniela Andrier (Prada Infusion d’Homme) and Antoine Maisondieu (Armani Code Ultimate). With an olfactory composition that finds in the Andalusian labdanum its key note, Bottega Veneta Pour Homme unveils a structure made of fine materials, like Siberian pine, Jamaican pimento and Indonesian patchouli, that create a multifaceted olfactory harmony, treasured in a rounded, smoked-glass bottle, inspired by glassware pieces included in Bottega Veneta’s home collection. (WWD)
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