Charred Rose Candle
Charred Rose is a sexy, rich and sensuous combination of dark rose, geranium and patchouli, with hints of frankincense and vetiver, it will truly transport you to a divine world of flamboyance and fluid fabulousness. This fragrance was inspired by my three favorite cities, LA, Rome and London.
This candle is a personal favorite and comes with a limited edition dusty pink wax. Exclusive artwork by Lukas Pulumbo.
Dark Rose, Geranium, Patchouli, Frankincense, Vetiver
The rose scent for my mother who always planted heaps of roses at the homes we lived in LA, and the bunches she would pick that would overflow vases throughout the house. Geranium for Rome, that always transported me to late night parties in grottos dancing in fringe and silk, and patchouli for London, a city of music and performance inspires a scent that to me embodies fluid glam rock to the fullest.
Burn Time approx. 55 - 65 Hours
All candles are hand-poured in Los Angeles and made with love and meticulous attention to detail.
For best results, burn candle no less than 1 hour and no more than 4 hours at a time.
Never leave a burning candle unattended. Burn within sight. Keep away from things that catch fire and out of reach of children and pets.
Ingredients + Benefits
While still studying at Central Saint Martins, Reed caught the attention of the likes of Harry Styles, Solange, Alessandro Michele and Ezra Miller to name a few, resulting in high-profile press and interviews placed with Vogue, GQ and Dazed, Another Man, Harper’s Bazaar to name a few.
Reed’s design process takes inspiration from the current social and political issues that Reed feels most connected to. The work Reed creates is built from assessing the responsibility that fashion has to spark conversation in relation to the injustices that are happening within society today, yet all while staying true to the brand’s ethos that strives for a vision of gender fluidity and inclusivity.
The overall DNA of the Harris Reed brand and personal identity, is best described as Romanticism Gone Nonbinary. It puts the wearer and their fluidity - in whatever way it manifests front and centre.