“Mauro Lorenzi Profumi” for Christmas and new year’s gifts


The seven captivating fragrances of the “Septimontium” Collection (Aventinus, Caelius, Capitolium, Esquilinus, Palatinus, Quirinalis and Viminalis) and candles scented with the same delightful fragrances, ideal for your table at Christmas and New Year, are available, on special offer, at the Rome store of “Mauro Lorenzi Profumi”, at via Palasciano, 28, zona Monteverde, open non-stop from 10am to 8pm, from Tuesday 19 to Sunday 24 December 2017.

“I am a huge fan of these new, entirely natural and high-quality fragrances,” enthused the singer, Francesca Maresca, during a visit to the store. Venerated by the designer, Mauro Lorenzi, showcasing his original creations, the singer explained, “I spent two hours in a real oasis of calm, basking in a unique and extraordinary intellectual, aesthetic and sensory experience. I would recommend it everyone.”

Location: “Mauro Lorenzi Profumi”, via Ferdinando Palasciano 28, zona Monteverde (Piazza S.Giovanni di Dio)
Tel.: 0039-06-5374256
Opening times: from 10am to 8pm, from Tuesday 19 to Sunday 24 December
Web Site: www.maurolorenziprofumi.com

Francesca Maresca – Mauro Lorenzi

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