Acqua Di Parma
In 1916, nestled between the classical and Renaissance buildings of Parma’s old town, Acqua di Parma created Colonia, Italy’s first real eau de cologne. Made from only natural ingredients, it was (at the time) an unusually fresh and light scent, and it wasn’t long before the fragrance’s iconic Art Deco bottle was spotted on the vanity tables of Hollywood. Since then, Acqua di Parma has pursued a uniquely Italian vision of luxury, making distinctive new fragrances, exquisite leather goods and covetable home products. Throughout all this, the recipe for Colonia has never been altered.