This brand basically represents everything if you will. It is about eternal love, death and of course art. Yes there are stories that have left a mark on many, one of which is the story of the artist Raphael Sancio, who some believe died of love. As a commemoration of his tragic love story, and of the art itself, the owners of the Italian brand Pantheon Roma decided to express things through fragrances and emotions. Raphael's story Raphael Sancio's art has been appreciated everywhere, after being sheltered in the shadow of some of the best known artists of the Renaissance. Indeed, Pope Julius II took the trouble to invite him to paint one of the Vatican halls. And in Roman salons people talked about that stylish and talented young man in his early twenties. Even the pope decided to get the young artist to beautify the rooms of his apartment with his paintings, thus covering the paintings of the great masters of the past. All Raphael finds himself moving among the greatest nobility of the time, getting engaged to marry Maria, the niece of Cardinal Medici. But Raphael falls helplessly in love with Margarita, the daughter of a baker in Trastevere county. Forbidden Love. Given their comparative difference in wealth, this certainly creates a dilemma for him. Raphael and Margarita experience a night of passion in the garden behind her father's bakery. But alas it turns out to be such a great passion, that after this hot night with Margarita, Raphael falls ill and dies a few days later. Raphael was buried in the Pantheon Temple, and is the only artist to have received such honor. Margarita, on the other hand, locks herself inside the nearby convent to stay close to him and as a declaration of her eternal love for him. As mentioned, this story, so beautiful and powerful was the inspiration for the brand Pantheon Roma The nose behind the Pantheon Roma brand The Pantheon Roma brand has up to about 10 perfumes at the base of its fragrances. When the earliest edition was created in 2013 and the newest is from 2020. The nose that worked on the fragrances is Arturetto Landi . Artorto Landy started as a chemist and was drawn to the perfume world by chance when he traveled to England after graduation, all he wanted to do was learn English as a prelude to a career at sea. That changed when we landed a casual job at a fragrance company. His training took him to H & amp; R in Holtzminden; His career to New York, Paris, Tokyo and Vienna until he finally joined MANE Dubai as a senior perfumer in 2005. Landy’s perfumes are lush, complex and complex as a glorious opera for the nose. He often thanks his father, the chef, who developed in him his love of sensuality and taste. According to him, his childhood on the Italian Riviera also has a great influence here. But instead of drawing inspiration solely from the past, fragrance designer Landy is very happy to do so even from faraway places. He especially likes the scents of the Middle East and the Arab countries. Exclusive Herods products under the brand Pantheon Roma can be found in fragrances that are mostly unisex and appeal to an audience of women and men alike, with the exception of one, dedicated to how not to raffle off and intended for men. And yet, niche as they may be, and as luxurious as they may be, they have one perfume they have produced exclusively for the particularly prestigious Herods department store in London. The newest perfume of this brand came out in 2020 and is called Universario. It is a floral oriental fragrance designed for both man and woman. Its top notes contain strawberry, blueberry, peach, saffron and coconut. The middle notes are of Heliotrope, Jasmine and Orchid, while the base notes are of Agrwood, Vanilla, Musk, Sandwell and Patchouli. It is suitable for cool autumn and spring nights. It remains on the skin for an almost unlimited time and has a very strong presence.