There really is nothing like the fresh fragrance of flowers to liven up your home. And with the summer season coming to a close, and the cool Canadian winter looming ahead, you might find yourself wanting to bottle up the scent of your garden to save for later. Thanks to a new fragrance collaboration, you can do just that.
Luxury home fragrance company Agraria has joined forces with American ready-to-wear, bridal, and accessories designer Monique Lhuillier to create an exclusive collection of home fragrances. Titled Citrus Lily, the collection includes a diffuser ($150) and a candle ($60) inspired by Lhuillier’s love of flowers. “Citrus Lily combines some of my favourite flowers—orange blossom, gardenia, jasmine and ylang-ylang,” said Lhuillier in a press release. It’s “a fresh but sophisticated take on the modern floral bouquet.” Beginning with notes of crisp citrus, the scents also exude hints of romantic, musky Indian sandalwood.
So while the autumn season usually means the launch of warm cinnamon, apple, and woody scents, Citrus Lily will come as a refreshing respite. The collection will be on sale in select luxury retailers this fall, as well as online at agrariahome.com and moniquelhuillier.com.