With the arrival of winter in the Northern Hemisphere, British perfumer Azzi Glasser's seductive scented candles in smoky glass vessels are just what we need to chase the clouds away
BY AMY BRADFORD
When she’s not creating bespoke scents for the likes of Noomi Rapace and Johnny Depp, British perfume designer Azzi Glasser has masterminded fragrances for Agent Provocateur and Andre Balazs’ über-cool hotels. Last year she launched her own retail scent brand, The Perfumer’s Story, with the aim of offering original, artistically inspired fragrances. Now she’s expanded its offering with a range of five scented candles, all in smoky glass holders with antique apothecary-style artwork. Highlights include ‘Twisted Iris’ – dominated by powdery iris, an expensive and luxurious note rarely encountered in home fragrance – and ‘Fig Ambrette’, an unusual green-meets-amber scent. 'My fragrances are all based on character and style, so it was a natural progression to extend my collection to home,' Glasser says. 'After all, home is a reflection of your personality: enduring and intensely personal.' We couldn't agree more...