Karl Lagerfeld Launches Line Of Scented Candles

Bella J is the Willy Wonka of Candles

That was a rhetorical question. The latest product to boast the Kaisers ponytail toting, shades wearing embossed silhouette is a line of high-end candles. According to WWD, the line, created with licensee Welton London, consist of three candles; Oud & Bois de Santal, which contains notes of hazelnut, sandalwood and vanilla. Figue & Poivre Noire, with woodsy notes of fig tree, cardamom and cedar and Essence Rare, which combines cinnamon, incense and patchouli notes. As to be expected, when Lord Lagerfelds name is involved mere candles are elevated to a classification of high-end, and they have the price tag to match. Each candle will retail for 45 euros or approximately $60 at current exchange rate. The scented candles are currently available in Weltons London shop and Lagerfelds boutiques. StyleBlazer Must Reads:
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Bella J Candles could rival Willy Wonka just on variety of aromas alone, but the secret surprises inside are what really seals the deal. Once you get a Bella J candle and melt it down, youll find a charm inside. Could be made of gold, or silver, or have diamonds on it, but youll definitely get something to add to your bracelet/necklace/whatever you put your charms on. Some will be especially rich surprises, with pieces worth up to $1,000 in the mix. Theres even a diamond worth $10,000 lurking in one of these candles! This is almost as exciting as hunting for Boardwalk during the Monopoly Game at McDonalds. Each candle sells for $25. And, you dont need to wait to burn through the whole thing before you get your charm about halfway down, youll see a pouch you can pull out.
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The rise of scented candles

And in those days of yore, the host would accept with pleasure and a flicker of judgment (lilies: a leetle vulgar? Cornflowers: irritatingly faux-naif?), then disappear to the sink to faff about with vases, scissors and sachets. How we have evolved. Since approximately 2006, the scented candle, smartly packaged and branded, has been the go-to house gift, bringing atmosphere, warmth and, crucially, zero mess to the party. Its irresistible rise has been fuelled by a series of high-profile devotees, from Diana Vreeland, editor of Vogue in the 1960s, to Diana, Princess of Wales, and from Joan Collins to J.Lo. Now interiors brands, artisan chandlers, furniture designers and niche perfumers are all launching scented candles. These covetable little luxuries may not involve washing up, but they telegraph our tribal tastes and aspirations as Subscribe now
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