Loewe has rolled out a new Home Scents collection of candles, wax candleholders, home fragrances and rattan diffusers based on the raw essences of a vegetable garden.
The selection of scents stem from the house’s Creative Director Jonathan Anderson’s passion for gardens, plants and their unique smells – many of which are reminiscent of his childhood and his different personal journeys.
He worked with in-house perfumer Nuria Cruelles to interpret plant essences and express them as their own standalone scent, resulting in eleven different ones: Honeysuckle, beetroot, juniper berry, tomato leaves, coriander, liquorice, scent of marijuana, luscious pea, oregano, cypress balls and ivy.
While most candles are housed in glass jars, these come in various monochrome ribbed terracotta pots that have been designed based on a 5th century BC Greek mug that Anderson bought at an auction several years ago. Made in three different sizes, the candles not only perfume your space but also add a touch of warmth, texture and colour.
This story first appeared on Prestige Singapore
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