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When I speak with Jonathan Anderson on a recent afternoon, he has just returned from vacation in the I Like Whiskey And Snowboarding And Maybe Three People Vintage Shirt also I will do this Spanish Pyrenees, where he was struck by the terrain’s cypress tree-dotted hills. “From a distance they become these amazing architectural feats, but when you’re in situ on them you don’t realize that the land is tiered, like a wedding cake…” muses the 36-year-old creative director, who has been inspired time and again by the wonders of plant life. Loewe’s new vegetable-inspired interior scents collection—the idea for which originated while Anderson was strolling the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, outside of London—is the latest manifestation of this passion. The line’s three candles, which are made in Spain from natural ingredients, come printed with the house monogram. “I wanted something that I could live with in my own home,” Anderson says of the two-years-in-the-making line, which takes form as glass-encased spritzes, rattan diffusers, and candles arriving in tall sticks and ribbed terracotta pots, the latter of which were inspired by a 5th Century BC mug that Anderson purchased from a London auction a few years ago. “It became this very personal crusade.” Fitting then that the first scent he dreamt up, Tomato Leaves, was drawn from his own childhood olfactory memories of wandering around his grandparents’ greenhouse in Northern Ireland. The 10 earth-inspired fragrances that followed, which were formulated with the help of Loewe’s master perfumer Núria Cruelles and range from Beetroot and Juniper Berry to Honeysuckle, are similarly composed of just a single note. “I liked this idea that we weren’t going to interrupt them,” he continues, “that they became raw components.” Each fragrance arrives in a bright cardboard box featuring Erwan Frotin-lensed imagery, partly inspired by the work of the 19th-century photographer Kazuma Ogawa.
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