Bottega Veneta releases Knot fragrance
Bottega Veneta Knot is inspired by the fresh air of the Italian coast, the scent of flowers and clean laundry whose scent comes through the open windows.
At the end of July, Bottega Veneta celebrated its famous clutch bag, The Knot, with a pop-up exhibition in Saint Tropez, and now it has unveiled a new fragrance in honor of the bag.
The scent, also named Knot, was inspired by the Italian Riviera as well as the expensive red carpet accessory.
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Presented in a minimalist clear gold glass flacon with a metal knot detail on the top, the fragrance was mixed by Daniela Andrier, who also created last year’s Pour Homme scent for the brand with Antoine Maisondieu.
It opens with mandarin, orange blossom and neroli, over a floral heart of rose and peony. The drydown arrives with pairing of musk and tonka bean.
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The campaign features Australian model and regular Christian Dior muse Julia Nobis and was shot by American photographer David Armstrong.
The scent was released September 1 and will be available in Bottega Veneta fragrance locations. The eau de parfum spray comes in three sizes — 30ml for €65, 50ml for €92 and 75ml for €110.