Model, singer and actress Grace Jones, in Her signature husky voice described to me the smell of Jamaica after a thunderstorm: “Maybe it hasn’t rained for a few days, and then just after a heavy rain, everything is mixed with that smell. It could be the food being cooked around you, It could be flowers or plants too. When it hits the earth it gives off an amazing smell and you go, oh .”
The fashion icon is full of whimsy and ecstasy as she talks about her birthplace and where she lives now. awe. The special memory of this island – no, feeling
– is so palpable and so contagious that you want to take it Packaged for sale. Thankfully, that’s exactly what Jones did. Jones – He defines gender-bending fashion throughout “sand’12 LOOK by Issey Miyake, Thierry Mugler and countless other designers to create a gender-neutral limited edition candle with fragrance house Boy Smells. This one-of-a-kind candle, simply called “Grace”, promises Takes users to this star-saturated Jamaica. It’s a poetic burning journey: top notes of black pepper and bergamot give off a spicy scent, and middle notes are freesia, water lily and Turkish rose ( Both were inspired by Jamaican plants), as well as the salty dry musk consistent with the wet stone, referring to the rain drying on the stone. “Grace” is less of a scent than a lush reference to time and place Package.
Jones took an intuitive approach during development to find the exact scent she wanted for her first candle. “We did a dozen different ones,” she told me over the phone. She put the test Candles were placed in rooms around the house, lit for hours, and then the door was shut. The faint aftertaste—much like a lingering downpour—was important to her. “I’ll be back room, extinguish the candle, wait a moment, then walk back to the room. The one that caught me was the one we went with. ”