FAIR FRA­GRANCE

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Those who put a pre­mium on well­ness and re­lax­ation may want to update their can­dle col­lec­tion in time for 2018. From fruity and flow­ery scents to musky and woody notes, it’s best to choose a can­dle that’s a joy to see and sniff.

A “pow­er­ful re­fresh­ing blast of woody es­sen­tial oils” awaits any­one who lights up Tom Dixon’s Ma­te­ri­al­ism Oil Can­dle. Its dark, iri­des­cent glass ves­sel, strik­ing even from afar, mim­ics the way gaso­line in­ter­acts with wa­ter.

Buly 1803’s Cam­pagne d’Italie, made from plant-based wax and with notes of pep­per, cy­press, and in­cense, is housed in a “ze­bra mar­ble” re­cep­ta­cle, and is cov­ered by a bell jar to pre­serve fra­grance.

Mala­chite by For­nasetti is en­cased in a ce­ramic ves­sel hand-painted to look like the green gem­stone, and “opens with notes of pine, clary sage, and gal­banum.”

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