Paul Smith • Sunseeker
Hand-poured and blended with premium ingredients. The wax is housed in a tinted glass vessel complete with a contrasting lid that doubles as a coaster
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Introducing the first ever home fragrance collection by Paul Smith. Designed to be reused, each two-tone vessel is filled with a scent that recalls some of Paul’s most cherished memories.
Formulated with raw natural ingredients, sourced from around the globe from some of the world’s finest suppliers, they are layered, complex and enticing scents created when Paul enlisted the help of some exceptionally talented perfumiers.
“The journey I’ve been on to create the fragrances for my first ever candle and diffuser collection has been a fascinating one, guided by some incredible perfumiers,” explains Paul. “It gave me the chance to reflect on some of my favourite memories, moments and places in a new way.”
The fragrance of Paul Smith’s laidback holidays and the Italian seaside. Smells like warm summer air, dining alfresco at sunset and balmy citrus groves.
Italy has long had a special place in Paul’s heart. “There’s nothing quite like summer in Tuscany. It’s a different pace of life there and the food is incredible,” he says. Fragrance inspired by Paul Smith’s summer trips to Italy – and his home in the Tuscan countryside.
Notes: Italian bergamot, mandarin, and basil
Sir Paul Smith is the designer, master shopkeeper and majority shareholder of Paul Smith. Paul’s saying, that ‘you can find inspiration in everything’, remains the guiding principle of the company. Paul Smith designs are eclectic, with references drawn from art, music, and everyday life.
Paul Smith is Britain’s leading independent design company, championing positivity, curiosity and creativity. These qualities underpin every Paul Smith design, whether it’s a shirt, a shop or a special collaboration.
A British company with a global outlook; what began as a small, 3 x 3 metre shop in Nottingham, England, has grown to 130 shops and counting around the world, with locations in over 60 countries.