Some people return from their holiday with a few dried petals between the pages of a travel guide. Félicie and Ernest wanted to immortalise in a fragrance the charm of a small Italian town overlooking Lake Como: Bellagio. First launched in 1927, Bellodgia, a warm and lively fragrance, evokes sun-drenched fields of carnations dotted with roses, jasmine, violets and lily-of-the-valley. The sophistication of this floral bouquet, whose final note is made up of over a hundred essences, is matched by the richness of the bottle: minimalist and geometric, just like Italian villas, and topped with a cap that has been cut like a rough diamond.
Top Notes: Carnation, Rose
Heart Notes: Jasmine, Violet, Lily
Base Notes: Musk, Clove, Vanilla, Sandalwood