The name that emphasizes the spirit of atelier craftsmanship of the Veneto region, Bottega Veneta was founded by two artisans in Vicenza as a premium leather goods house. Today the house stands for luxurious fashion and lifestyle and a philosophy of individuality and confidence, believing that "your own initials are enough."
Bottega Veneta, the first fragrance for women.
Intriguing. Feminine. Sensuous.
Representing the artisanal craftsmanship, the bottle incorporates the "motivo intreccio," giving it the Bottega Veneta identity and subtlety. The deluxe collection is composed of luxurious gestures and new ways to experience the scent.
The leathery floral chypre fragrance features a complex and abstract mix of raw materials woven harmoniously. It is in the way of the weaving technique "intrecciato" associated with the brand Bottega Veneta, that master perfumers Michel Almairac and Amandine Marie have composed a singular character fragrance.
From the very start, the olfactive identity of the brand appears through the original cross combination of plum and pink pepper which brings brightness and depth. A strong and charismatic note of sambac jasmine (variety of jasmine less animal and more floral), reflects in the heart the elegance of the BV woman. Harmonious contrast between modernity and tradition, this fragrance continues to radiate through its specific leather accord, symbol and signature of Bottega Veneta fashion design.
About Bottega Veneta:
It was 1966 in Vicenza, Italy, when Vittorio and Laura Moltedo introduced Bottega Veneta with a collection of buttery soft leather handbags. The line's signature intrecciato weave set the bags apart and made them must-haves. Over the years, Bottega Veneta expanded its vision of extraordinary yet subtle luxury to include ready-to-wear, shoes, and more. Today, creative director Tomas Maier helms the label, continuing in the tradition of tasteful sophistication.