Bvlgari Omnia Indian Garnet is a new edition of the Omnia
fragrance collection from Bvlgari. As the name suggests, the new
fragrance is inspired by the exotic India, promising an aura of nobility and
Its oriental - floral composition opens with citrusy aromas of mandarin and
orange. The heart is dominated by osmanthus flower, laid on the orijental base
of amber. The fragrance is signed by Alberto Morillas.
The face of the perfume is model Edita Vilkeviciute. It is available as 25,
40 and 65 ml Eau de Toilette. Omnia Indian Garnet was launched in 2014.
Made In Italy
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The Serial Number : Look for control numbers, batch number or the serial number. The serial number should match on the bottle and box.
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