- Animal print
Soulful, bracing scents with an Italian bent are the foundation of this fragrance line, which was inspired by nose and founder Alessandro Gualtieri’s grandfather. As Gualtieri, who also started Nasomatto, writes, “This project is my garden I have planted, fertilized, cultivated, and harvested. Orto Parisi states that our body is experienced like a garden, and its smells are a true mirror of our soul.” The flask-inspired bottles feature a label made of Savile Row tweed paper with a herringbone pattern symbolizing masculine elegance. The caps are made of brushed metal with a rock-textured inlay.
“I’m quite partial to Orto Parisi Megamare. Sea cucumber and seaweed seem like unlikely components of a fragrance, but it reminds me of a windswept day by the sea when you lose track of time and any to-do list.” - Jamie Rosen, Wellbeing Editor