Mazzolari Milano perfumery launches on Instagram Mauro Lorenzi Profumi’s “Septimontium” fragrance collection

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The official website of the most important and prestigious perfumery in Milan, the world-renowned Mazzolari, has just launched a collection of niche fragrances, Septimontium. Created in 2017 by Roman designer Mauro Lorenzi, it got its name from the festivity celebrating the foundation of the Eternal City. The Collection is composed of seven different fragrances, made of high quality natural essences, suitable for men and women, persistent, inspired by the flora and the history of the ancient Roman hills they are named after – in Latin, Aventinus, Caelius, Capitolium, Esquilinus, Palatinus, Quirinalis, and Viminalis.

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This summer, following the success of their first collection, the Mauro Lorenzi Profumi brand launched, from Sorrento, a second collection, “Sorrente Nostalgie”, composed of only two fragrances, “L’Orange” and “La Mer”, celebrating the natural landscapes and seascapes of the Land of Sirens. Both collections are available on the brand’s website (www.maurolorenziprofumi.com).

Lorenzi expressed his satisfaction and emotion for this accomplishment, achieved in a single year of activity: “Being admitted, with one’s own creations, to the Olympus of international luxury perfumeries, like Mazzolari, fills me with pride and motivates me to go on. I am thankful for the honour granted me.”

Mauro Lorenzi Profumi

 

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