A little undone, free-spirited, relaxed and whilst deeply in love with fashion and luxury; the qualities that make a RUSSH woman, RUSSH. Lumira speaks to the Editor-In-Chief of RUSSH Magazine, Jess Blanch, about all things Lumira fragrance, where her love for candles lie and what makes the Dreamweaver candle stand out from the rest. Read on to unveil the magic behind the latest edition fragrance that is; Dreamweaver.
WHAT WAS IT ABOUT LUMIRA THAT DREW YOU TO THE BRAND?
Quality ingredients, such as all natural soy wax, is very important to me and I especially love the Gardenia travel candle as it is a scent that reminds me of my home. Beyond this, LUMIRA is an understated and sophisticated brand close to my heart because it has been created in Sydney, Australia.
WHY DO YOU THINK IT'S A GOOD FIT FOR THE RUSSH READER?
LUMIRA is about the difference that the small details make in our everyday lives and I think this is a sentiment shared by our entire RUSSH audience.
WHAT DOES THE RUSSH X LUMIRA SCENT MEAN TO YOU?
This scent was designed to reflect qualities of the RUSSH woman. She is relaxed and always a little undone, but deeply committed to fashion and luxury. She’s a charming contradiction. The Dreamweaver candle scent reflects this free-spirited and down to earth nature with a defined element of luxury.
The top notes of green leaves speak to our Australian roots, while the contrasting florals, musk, sandalwood and earthy spice notes act as the balancing counterpart to the part-refined, part-undone equation that is the RUSSH spirit.
DO YOU PERSONALLY HAVE CANDLES IN YOUR HOME? WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT CANDLES?
Candles set the mood at home. They can make a mundane Monday evening feel like a trip to somewhere exotic. I have a large collection and I think it’s important not to save the best for when you have guests but rather to enjoy them everyday.
HOW DO YOU STYLE THEM?
A great candle doesn’t need to be styled. I feel knowing how to care for your candles is the most important thing – to snip the wick, to keep them out of direct sunlight… My candles are mostly at home on a fireplace mantle or a marble bench, somewhere they catch the flow of air in the room.