retaW Fragrance Candle Metallic Series

New from retaW-Tokyo are these four festive delights; a range of candles in metallic colour-ways. Created to bring a sense of relaxation each Fragrance Candle is made from a carefully crafted blend…
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Three of The Best: Home Fragrance

Your home, where the heart is- your personal, intimate space. Help further personalise your living quarters with a home fragrance. Candles are an obvious method but as with most things,…
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L’Artisan Parfumeur – Home Fragrance

Unique and iconoclastic fragrance house; L’Artisan Parfumeur are expanding their ‘Home’ range, this August with 4 new fragrance diffusers. These additions join the brand’s Grasse Collection, launched in 2012, which celebrates the…
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Giardino Segreto di Fornasetti

Highly regarded for the eclectic designs of their homewares, Italian design house Fornasetti continue their successful range of scented home vessels with a new offering well-suited to the springtime atmosphere.…
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Molton Brown Aroma-Reeds

The leading light in bath and body; Molton Brown, have pleasingly taken the plunge in to the home fragrance market with the announcement of their new Aroma-Reeds Collection. Available in five…
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retaW Limited Edition Candles

Released by retaW-Tokyo over the weekend were these three handsome Fragrance Candles in limited edition packaging: ALLEN*, EVELYN*, and EVE*. Each limited edition candle burns a wooden wick and brings…
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Le Labo Laurier 62

Laurier 62 is touted by Le Labo as “a mess”. It contains laurel, rosemary, eucaplyptus, thyme, cumin, clove, amber, patchouli, sandalwood and 53 other ingredients! That’s a total of 62 ingredients,…
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Blackbird Incense

It’s rumoured that incense has been burned since the new stone age, in c.10,ooo BC. Today, incense in essence has changed very little – but leading the evolution is Ballard,…
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Diptyque Noisetier & Genévrier

New from Diptyque, Noisetier & Genévrier candles – inspired by Autumns nature. Noisetier celebrates the prosperous season with a jaunt onto shady, fertile and dry lands. While Genévrier reminds me of a stroll through…
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